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It is with pride that we 
dedicate the 1946 Rainbow to 

WW PAIL MAMERT 

who has been untiring in cooperation and efficient in service; who is 
honored, respected, and admired by the students, individually and col- 
lectively, and whose loyalty, integrity, and friendliness fully exemplify 
the spirit of these two schools. 






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In this, the 1946 Rainbow, we have earnestly endeavoured to set forth 
the events and activities of these institutions to serve as an inspiration 
to the student-, that in future years they may recall the memories and 
pleasant moments, and thereby bind themselves more closely to their 
Alma Mater. 







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ADMINISTRATION 

THE JUNIOR COLLEGE OF AUGUSTA 

THE ACADEMY OF RICHMOND COUNTY 
MILITARY 
ATHLETICS 
ACTIVITIES 

SUPERLATIVES 
ARTS 

ADVERTISEMENTS 



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In reverent and loving memory of all 
fonner students of The Academy of 
Richmond County and The Junior 
College of Augusta who gave their 
lives in the cause of our Country in 
the recent World War. 






"It is for us, the living, rather, to 
be dedicated here to the unfinished 
work which they who fought . . . 
have thus far so nobly advanced. It 
is rather for us to be here dedicated 
to the great task remaining before 
us; that from these honored dead 
we take increased devotion to that 
cause for which they gave the last 
full measure of devotion; that we 
here highly resolve that these dead 
shall not have died in vain. . . ." 



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T. M. NICKLES 

President 




S. D. COPELAND, A.B. : LL.D. 
Superintendent 




FIRST ROW — MRS. FRED L. POWELL, J. G. McDONALD, S. D. COPELAND, T. M. NICKLES, W. F. BURTON, M. W. 
BOYLE, MRS. J. F. MULLIGAN, L. E. HARRIS, DONALD KELLY, C. C. HENDERSON. 

SECOND ROW— R. J. WATSON, W. A. WATKINS, F. J. REEDER, C. E. SCONYERS, R. J. BEATTIE, W. P. CONGDON, 
F. J. PRITCHARD, BERT REED, B. F. MILES, W. R. BRIGHAM, F. J. KELLY, NOT IN PICTURE— MRS. JOHN WALKER, 
R. M. COLLINS, J. G. CUSHMAN. 



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President 














ANTON PAUL MARKERT 
B.5., A/..-!. 



Oyjfice BecnetasU&i 







MRS. ELNCRA FECHNER 
Registrar 



MISS ERMA RUMBLEY 
Secretary 





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MARGARET BAILIE 
B.S., B.L.S. 



NICKLES R. BEACHAM 
B.A., M.A. 



THOS. J. BLALOCK 
B.S. 



JAMES M. BUCKNER 
B.S., M.S. 



O'NEAL W. CHANDLER 
A.B. 



E. M. CLARK 
B.S. 



CHAS. G. CORDLE 
A.B.. M.A. 



F. RAY DERRICK 
B.S., M.S. 




J. O. DERRICK 


ELROY DUPUIS 


CHAS. M. ETHERIDGE 


J. EVANS EUBANKS 


A.B., M.S. 


A.B., M.A. 


A.B. 


A.B., M.A. 


AUL N. FECHNER 


HERMAN M. FELDER 


LAWRENCE A. FOX 


NORMAN L. GALLOWAY 


Sgt.; KOTC 


A.B., M.A. 


A.B. 


B.S., M.A. 



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LUTHER A. GRIFFIN 
B.S., M.S. 



S. L. HILL 
A.B. 




JOHN T. HAINS 
B.S. 



E. M. HORNE 

B.S. 



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WILLIAM E. HARDY 
A.B. 



GEORGE T. HOWARD 
B.S., LL.B. 




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H. C. HARMON 
B.S., M.S. 



THOS. J. HUFFMAN 
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GARNETT T. LANGFORD 


J. CURTIS LUCKEY 


W. LEROY MADEN 




B.S. 


B.S. 


A.B., M.A. 


HENRY P. MILLS 


CH.ARLES H. MITCHELL 


JOHN B. MOORE 


JOSEPH R. MOSELEY 


B.S., M.A. 


A.B.. M.A. 


A.B.. M.A. 


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WILLIAM C. McGEE 


WILFRED T. NEILL 


JEFFERSON J. NIXON 


A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 


T/Sgt. ROTC 


B.S. 


B.A., M.A. 


LYNN OGDEN 


AUBURN G. OWENS 


HENRY O. READ 


ROY E. ROLLINS 


B.S. 


A.B. 


Ph.B., M.A. 


A.B., M.A. 



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GEORGE M. SCOTT 


CHESTER A. SCRUGGS 


B. ROY SMITH 


ROBERT L. STOREY 


A.B., B.Litt., M.A. 


A.B., M.A. 


A.B. 


M/Sgt., ROTC 


WENDELL W. SULLIVAN 


CHESTER M. SUTTON 


J. LECONTE TALLEY 


CURTIS H. TRUAN 


A.B. 


A.B., M.A. 


B.S., M.A. 


A.B., A.C.A. 


GEORGE T. BENNETT 


GEORGE M. DASHER 






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JO/iE HEN THINK THAf THE GRATIFICATION OF OURlOSITYIS 

THE END OF KNOWLEDGE-, SOME, THE LOVE. OF FAME -, 50HEjTHE LQUE 

OF DISPUTE; SOMETHE NECESSITY OF SUPPORTIN& THEMSELVES PV 

| THEIR KNSWUEMrE- BUT THE KEAL USE OF All KNOWLEDfrE IS THAT 

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PRESIDENT BILL HARRIS 

VICE-PRESIDENT . . . BETTY MIDDLETON 

SECRETARY RALPH VEAL 

TREASURER BETTY LAUTHNER 






Bill HARRIS 



BETTY MIDDLETON 



RALPH VEAL 



BETTY LAUTHNER 




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BANKS, CORAL MILTON 
Glee Club 



BARNES, JANE WILSON 



BENSON, CHARLES 



BROOME, DOROTHY MARION 



BROWN, W. CHARLES 
Triangle Club 1, 2 



BUSH, LENA JEANETTE 
Annual Staff 2; 



SapUaHtosied, 



COHEN, SHELDON BRADLEY 

Battey medal for Oratory- 1 ; Captain best 
drilled Freshman Company 1 ; Honors 1 ; 
Basketball 1, 2; Rho Chi 1; Treasurer 1, 
Vice President 2 ; Literary Society 1 ; 
Musketeer 1, 2; Rainbow 2, Circulation 
Manager 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2 



CORDLE, CHARLES C. 



EUBANKS, HELEN 

Glee Club 1, 2 



F ARRIBA, ANNE 

Basketball 1 : Sigma Delta Chi 1 ; Annual 
Staff 2 



FRANCIS, JOE T. 



GRAMMER, FAY 

Glee Club 1, Literary Society 1, 2; Bas- 
ketball 1, 2 




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HALE, JOYCE 

Spanish Club, Secretary 1 ; Glee Club 2 



HARRIS, WILLIAM E. 

Triangle Club 1, 2, President 2; Varsity 
Basketball 1, 2; Glee Club 2; Rho Chi 1 



HODGES, JACQUELINE 

Band 1, 2; Tennis 1; Basketball 2; Glee 
Club 2 



JOHNSON, EVA SUE 

High Honor 1 ; Phi Theta Kappa 2 



JOHNSON, GEORGIA EMILINE 

High Honor 1 ; Phi Theta Kappa 2 



JONES, MARY ELLIS 
Sigma Delta Chi 1 



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KNUCK, PEGGY ANN 

Basketball 1; Majorette 1, 2 



LAUTHNER, BETTY 

Zeta Rho Sigma 1,2: Literary Society 2 



LONG, BETTY JOYCE 
Basketball 1 



MAY, SARA VIRGINIA 

Honor 1 ; Phi Theta Kappa 2 



MERRITT, MARY 

Sigma Delta Chi 1 ; Business Manager An- 
nual Staff 2 



MIDDLETON, BETTY 

Sigma Delta Chi 1 : Best all-round girl 1 : 
Annual Staff 2 




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German Club 1: Treasurer 1 



MULHERIN, LALA 

Glee Club 1,2; Zeta Rho Sigma 2 



PARDUE, MARY NELL 
Glee Club 2 



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PATTERSON, MARY MIRIAM 

High Honor 1 ■ Phi Theta Kappa 2 ; Vale- 
dictorian 2 



PETTY, CHARLES EARLE 

Band 1, 2; Corporal 1; Captain 2; 
angle Club 2; Sabre Club 2 



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PIIILPOT, ANNE 

Secretary of Ctass 1 ; Student Council 1 ; 
Honor 1 



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PIPPIN. EDWARD F. 

Triangle Club 2 : Sabre Club 2 : German 
Club 2 



REDISH. BARBARA ELIZABETH 
Basketball 1 



RHINE. JOSEPH WALLACE, JR. 

Second Lieutenant 1 ; First Lieutenant 1 ; 
Major 2: Sabre Club 1, 2: Triangle Club 
1, 2; Sergeant-at-Arms 2: Literary Society 
1 : Assistant Military Editor Rainbow 2 



RUPERT. MARY MARTHA 
Librarian of Glee Club 2 



SACRE, WILLIAM A. 

Captain 1: Major 1; Colonel 2: Sabre 
Club 1, 2; Triangle Club 1, 2; Chaplain 
2 : Treasurer 2 ; Vice President of Sabre 
Club 2 : Military Editor of Rainbow 2 



SAVAGE, CLARENCE RAYMOND 

Lieutenant 1 : Captain 1 : Lieutenant 
Colonel 2: Triangle Club 1, 2: Rifle 
Team 1, 2; Student Council 2: Treasurer 
2; Glee Club 2; Sabre Club 1, 2 




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SCHMIDT, IRDELL 

Glee Club 2; Basketball 1 



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SEIGLER, LULYANNE AMANDA 

Glee Club 2 



SMARAGDIS, MARY CONSTANTINE 



STEPHENSON, RUTH 



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THOMAS, JOSEPH B. 

Tennis Team 1, 2; Rainbow Staff 2; Bas- 
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VEAL, J. RALPH 

Second Lieutenant 1 ; First Lieutenant 1 ; 
Captain 2; Sabre Club 1,2: Glee Club 1 ; 
Basketball 1, 2: Best-drilled Platoon 1: 
Triangle Club 1, 2; Secretary 1; Secretary 
of Class 2: Most Popular Boy 2 



YERDERY, LEONARD F. 

Triangle Club 1, 2; Treasurer 2; Vice 
President 2: President 2: Rho Chi 1, 2: 
President 2; Sabre Club 1,2; Secretary 2: 
Captain 1 : Lieutenant Colonel 2 ; Literary 
Society 1 ; Rainboiv Staff 2; Student Coun- 
cil 2: Tennis Team 2 



von SPRECKEX, MARY CHASE 

Honor 1 : Literary Society 2 ; Rainbow 2 ; 
Editor-in-Chief 2: Phi Theta Kappa 2 



WASHINGTON, BETTY 
Glee Club 2 



WHITAKER, JOHN A. 

Rho Chi 1,2; Triangle Club 2; Captain 2 








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WILENSKY, SHIRLEY BEVERLY 

Honor 1; Literary Society 1, 2; Annual 
Staff 2 



WONG, LILLIAN 
Honor 1 



WRIGHT, MILDRED HENDRIX 

Honor 1 ; Literary Society 2 ; Phi Theta 
Kappa 2 




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ITEM II 



ITEM III 




and Testament of the 

\ineteen Hundred and 

Fort) -six of the Junior 

of Augusta 

We, the Sophomore Class of J. C. A., being of broken health 
and dubiously sound mind do here declare and publish this, Our 
Last Will and Testament: 



ITEM IV 



ITEM V 



ITEM VI 



I, Barbara R. Kirkland, do will and bequeath my 
ability to imitate other members of the class to 
Bebe Wheeler who appreciates it so. 

We, Anne Farriba and Bobby Folds, do will and 
bequeath "our" window opposite the auditorium 
to the most faithful couple of next year. 

I, J. W. Rhine, will and bequeath my thirteen 
free periods a week to Anna Olive in hope that 
she may not be as bored as I. 

We, Louise M. Allen and Jeanette Bush, do will 
and bequeath our rapid speech to Martha Rheney 
and Maude Ella Purkall who could use it. 

I, Lala Mulherin, do will and bequeath one whole 
package of cigarettes, all her own, to Frances Anne 
Jenkins. 

I, Ralph Veal, do will and bequeath all my abil- 
ity to go steady to George "Casanova" Harth. 

I, Betty Lauthner, do will and bequeath all the 
trouble I got into writing the gossip for the 
Musketeer to Connie King and Nancy Ewing in 
the hope that they will carry on. 







ITEM VIII I, Bill Harris, do will and bequeath to anyone 
foolish enough to go steady, my free time to look 
at the good looking girls in the hall. 



ITEM XVII I, Leonard Verdery, do will and bequeath the 
presidency of the Mighty Triangle Club to some 
worthy freshman to carry on. 



ITEM IX I, Mary Rupert, do will and bequeath my rosy 

cheeks to all the pale girls who have to wear 
rouge. 

ITEM X We, Jackie Hodges and Peggy Knuck, do will and 

bequeath our superb skill at basketball to Betty 
Knuck so that J. C. A. Girl's team may win a 
game next year. 

ITEM XI I, Mary Chase von Sprecken, do will and be- 

queath my half of the Girl's Room table to Bebe 
Wheeler so that she too may sleep during free 
periods. 

ITEM XII I, Coral Banks, do will and bequeath my knitting, 

without which I am never seen, to Betty Gilliland, 
to occupy her mind. 

ITEM XIV We, Anne Philpot and Sheldon Cohen, do will 
and bequeath our beloved German class, of which 
we are the only members, to anyone who enjoys 
being called on. 

ITEM XV I, Mary Smaragdis, do will and bequeath my 

seat by the windows in each class to my sister 
Bessie, that she too may shoot the breeze. 

ITEM XVI I, Miriam Patterson, do will and bequeath my 
brains and my position in the book store to any 
ambitious freshman. 



ITEM XVIII I, Georgia Johnson, do will and bequeath my 
ability to make "static" to any freshman who 
likes to talk. 

ITEM XIX I, Shirley Wilensky, do will and bequeath my 
hand writing to posterity in the hope that they 
may decipher it and prove that it is not hiero- 
glyphics. 

ITEM XX I, Clark Cordle, do will and bequeath my royal 

blue eyes to some freshman who enjoys being 
gazed at. 

ITEM XXI I, Betty Middleton, do will and bequeath my back 
seat in English Class to any future sophomore 
who may wish to keep as close watch as I did 
over Mr. Read in his smoking room. 

ITEM XXII We, Joyce Hale and Lulyanne Seigler do will and 
bequeath our huge appetites and diets to Dot 
Morris and Barbara Covar with the hope that 
they can combine the two. 

ITEM XXIII I, Charles Petty, do will and bequeath my many 
wise-cracks and jokes to the J. C. A. teachers for 
uhe in future years. 

ITEM XXIV I, Bill Sacre, do will and bequeath my great 
military ability to next year's colonel. 
We, the Class of 1946 do will and bequeath to 
the Class of 1947 our hopes for a cleaner, more 
orderly school, a Music Festival next year. 



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BETTY GILLILAND . 
E. L. PERRY .... 
CONNIE KING . . . 
JOE FAULKNER . . 



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VICE-PRESIDENT 
. . SECRETARY 
. . TREASURER 





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FAULKNER, KING, GILLILAND, PERRY. 



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ADXINS, LOWRV A. 



ANDERSON. ELIZABETH CORIENNE 



ANSLEY, MARGARET I. 



AUSTIN, ALLEN THOMAS 



BAILEY, MILTON 



BISHOP, JAMES H. 



BOGESLOV, OSCAR MELVIN 



BRIDGES, BILLY MAC 



BROOME, CAROLYN 



BROWN, JEANTNE 




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BUGG, JULIAN J. 



CARD. ROBERT LEE 



CASHIN, GEORGE EDWARD 



COLEMAN, JIMMIE C. 



CONSELYEA. THEDA BLANCHE 



COOPER, MARY ALICE 



CORLEY, ELIZABETH 



CORLEY, MARY EMMA 



COVAR, BARBARA JEAN 



CULPEPPER, BELAH ALTON 





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DAVIS, BARBARA LEE 



DENNY, JOHN 



DRANE, MARTHA JEAN 



ELSEY, MARIAN ODELL 



EWING, NANCY 



FAULK, F. M. 



FAULKNER. JOSEPH E. 



FELL, BILLIE ELIZABETH 



FISKE, KATHRYNE 



FOOSHE, LOUISE 



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FOSTER, SIDNEY L. 



FOX, SAM B. 



FUSSELL, AURELIA ANN 



GEORGE, BETTY 



GILLILAND, BETTY 



GCLDBERGER, SONIA 



HARTH, GEORGE P. 



HARVLEY, HARRIET 



HELMLY, LEON W. 



HERRINGTON, WILBUR T. 





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HODGENS, HAROLD F. 



HUGHES, JOHN LAWRENCE 



JACKSON, THOMAS 



JENKINS, FRANCES ANN 



JOE, PAULINE 



JOHNSON, BIRNET L. 



JOHNSON, JULIUS 



JONES, WILBUR D. 



JUE, DOROTHY 



KAHRS, HILDA HARLING 






KEENE, PHYLLIS 
KEMP, JAMES A. 



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KENNEDY, JACK M. 



KING, CONNIE 



KNUCK, BETTY ANN 



LEVY, IRVIN L. 



LOO, MON HONG 



MAY, EDWIN M. 



McARTHUR, PEGGY 



Mcdowell, david f. 




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McELHENEY, SARA 



McGOWAN, MARTHA 



MILLER, BETTY J. 



MIMS, MARY CLAIRE 



MITCHELL, MARCELLA ANN 



MONK. M. K. 



MORRIS, DOROTHY M. 



MUNDY. BAILEY H. 



OLIVE, ANNA ELIZABETH 



PERKINS, GEORGE E. 



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PERRY, E. L. 



POPKIN, ANNETTE I. 



PURKALL, MAUDE ELLA 



RAINEY, GORDON M. 



RHENEY, MARTHA 



RHODES, AUBREY C. 



RICHARDSON, OSCAR A. 



ROBERTSON, ISABELLE A. 



RUSH, FLETCHER FORT 



SATCHER, JEANNE 




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SCARBOROUGH, BETTY LOUISE 



SCOTT, KATHRYN MIRIAM 



SCROGGS, JOHN WEEKS 



SHELL, WILLIAM B. 



SHERMAN, JOHN HAYES 



SIMS, PAUL L. 



SMITH, EDNA 



SPEARS. ROBERT E. 



SPROUSE, FRANK 



THOMPSON, ELIZABETH 



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JOHN CHILDRESS PRESIDENT 

IVAN PARKER VICE-PRESIDENT 

SEWELL CAMP SECRETARY 

BOBBY DeVANEY TREASURER 






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CHILDRESS, PARKER, CAMP, De VANEY 



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ALLGOOD 


ANDERSON 


ANSLEY 


AVERY 


I HOMAS T. ALLGOOD 


J. M. BENNETT 


Sergeant 3 






J. R. BENNETT 


FRANK VV. ANDERSON 




Transfer 3 ; Corporal 4 






JAMES ROY BERRY 




Transfer 3 


THOMAS L. ANSLEY 




High Honor 1 






WILLIAM R. BERRY 


JAMES A. AVERY 


Transfer 3 


HALE BARRETT 


C. M. BLAND 


Vice President of Class 1 ; 




Football 3, 4; Rainbow Staff 




4; Sergeant 3; Richmond 




Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 





BARRETT 


BENNETT, J. M 


BENNE1 1 , J. R. 


BERRY, J. R. 


BERRY. VV. R. 


BLAND 






DERCKEL 


BOWDEN 


BOYD 


BROWN 


BURCH 


BUSSEY 


CADLE 


CAMP 


CAPERS 


CHAVEL 



RALPH L. BOERCKEL 

"B" Varsity Football 3 ; Corporal 2 ; Sergeant 3 ; "B" Var- 
sity Basketball 3; Varsity Football 4 



THCMAS B. BOWDEN 



RICHARD W. BOYD 

Corporal 3; Sergeant 4; Lieutenant 5; Sabre Club 5 
GRADY BROWN 



HERBERT CADLE 



SEWELL CAMP 



Honors 1 ; High Honors 2, 3 ; Beta Club 3, 4 : Vice-Presi- 
dent 3; Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4: Presi- 
dent 4; "B" Varsity Basketball 2; Best drilled Company 
2, 3; Sergeant 1, 3; Captain 4; Major 4; Merit Bar 2, 4; 
Sabre Club 4; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Track 2; Rainbow 
Staff 3, 4; Secretary of Class 4; Gold "R" Society; Best 
drilled Platoon 3; Boys Glee Club 4 



WILLIAM C. BURCH 

High Honor 1; Honors 2; Merit Bar 2, 3, 4; Sergeant 3, 
4; Second Lieutenant 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Literary Society 
2, 3, 4; Vice President 3; Musketeer Staff 4; President 
Literary Society 4 



WILLIAM M. BUSSEY 
Musketeer Staff 5 



STEWART G. CAPERS 
Tennis Team 3, 4 

FRANK E. CHAVEL 

High Honors 1, 2; Honors 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Best drilled 
Company 2; Corporal 3; Sergeant 4 




CHILDRESS 
COCHRANE 



COBURN 
COHEN 



OHN L. CHILDRESS 

Transfer 1; Varsity Football 4, 5; Co-Captain 5; Most 
Valuable Player 5 ; Academy Hi-Y 4, 5 ; Vice President 
t: President 5; Block "R" Club 4: Corporal 3; Sergeant 
4: Lieutenant 5; Sabre Club 5: "B" Varsity Football 2; 
Fresident of Class 5 ; Musketeer Staff 5 ; 

.IARVIN J. COBURN 

Transfer 2; Sergeant 3: Lieutenant 4; Musketeer Staff 
!, 4 : Literary Society 3 

RANK L. COCHRANE 

High Honor 1 ; Honors 2, 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Corporal 3. 
Sergeant 4; Merit Bar 4 

\DRIAN COHEN 

Honor 1 ; High Honor 2 ; Beta Club 3, 4 ; Sergeant 2, 3 ; 
First Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4; Merit Bar 3: Rifle 
Team 3, 4; Rainbow Staff 4 

OBBY G. COLLINS 

Transfer 2; Academy Hi-Y 3, 4; Corporal 4 

HARLES D. DAVIS 

High Honor 1.2; Honor 3 

BOBBY M. De VANEY 

Honors 1, 2; Secretary of Class 1, 2, 3; Treasurer of 
Class 4: Varsity Football 4; Manager 3; Varsity Basket- 
ball 2, 3, 4 ; "B" Varsity Basketball 1 ; Sergeant 3 ; Gold 
"R" Society 4; Academy Hi-Y 4 

WILLIAM OLIVER DINKINS 



Besu&iA 



CARL DURDEN, JR. 
"B" Varsity Baske 


tba 


11 2 












JOHN J. EGBERT, JR. 
Academy Hi-Y 3, 4 ; 
2, 3; Sergeant 1, 4 
drilled Company 1 
Football 4 


Treasurer 4; Merit Bar 3; 
Lieutenant 4: Sabre Club 
"B" Varsity Football 3 


Corporal 
4; Best 
Varsitj 


COLLINS 
DeVANEY 
DURDEN 










DAVIS 
DINKINS 
EGBERT 









EUBANKS, H. 


EUBANKS, W. 


FLOYD 


FOLDS 


FORTSON 


FREEMAN 


GREEN 


GRIMAUD 


HAGLER 


HERNDON 



HENRY O. EUBANKS, JR. 

WILLIAM M. EUBANKS, JR. 

Honors 1, 2, 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 3 

ROBERT F. FLOYD 

GEORGE ROBERT FOLDS 

Sergeant 3 ; Rainbow Staff 4 



SAMUEL D. FORTSON, JR. 

Track Team 2; Corporal 2; Sergeant 3; First Lieutenant 
4; Sabre Club 4 



KENNETH R. FREEMAN 

Beta Club 3, 4; Honors 1, 2, 3; Sergeant 4 



JOHNNIE S. GREEN 

Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 4; Corporal 2; 
Sergeant 3 ; "B" Varsity Basketball 2 



MILTON A. GRIMAUD 



CARTER B. HAGLER 

Track Team 2; Tennis 1, 3; Rifle Team 3, 4; Beta Club 
3, 4; Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Literary Society 2; Rainbow 
Staff 4; Gold "R" Society 4; Corporal 3; Sergeant 4; 
High Honor 1; Honors 2, 3; Second Lieutenant 4; Sabre 
Club 4 



WILLIAM LEE HERNDON 

High Honor 1,2; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Academy Hi-Y 3, 4; 
Chaplain 4; Corporal 3; Sergeant 4; Literary Society 2, 3, 
4; Treasurer 4; Musketeer Staff 4; Rainbow Staff 4; 
Debating Team 3, 4; Gold "R" Society 3, 4 



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HEWETT HIGHTOWER 

HODO HOLLINGSWORTH 

OHN J. HEWE I I 
Sergeant 3 

ETON C. HIGHTOWER 



I. L. HODO 

Sergeanl 2: "B" Varsity Football 2: Varsity Football 
3, 4 

AMD HOLLINGSWORTH 
Corporal 3; Sergeant 4 

OY G. HOLSTON, JR. 

HARLES E. HOOVER 

Beta Club 3, 4; President 4; Sergeant 3, 4; Musketeei 
Staff 3; Rainbow Staff 3, 4; Associate Editor 3, 4; Lit- 
erary Society 2, 3, 4; President 3; Vice-President 4: 
Spanish Club 3 : Honor 1 ; High Honor 2, 3 ; Acadcmv 
Hi-Y 4 

\ ARREN L. JACKSON 
Corporal 3 ; Sergeant 2 

MLLIAM B. KENNEDY 

Best drilled Company 1 ; Corporal 2 ; Best drilled Platoon 
3; Sergeant 3, 4; "B" Varsity Basketball 3; Rifle Team 4: 
Richmond Hi-Y 4 

LARRY E. KITCHENS 

Varsity Football 2, 3, 4: President of Class 2; Academy 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Sergeant 2, 3; Student Council 4 

TANLEY J. A. KORPACZ 



SenianA, 



HOLSTON 


HOOVER 


JACKSON 


KENNEDY 


KITCHENS 


KORPACZ 





LACKMAN 

MARKS 



LAMB 
McARTHUR 



LARISCY 
McCORMACK 



LUCKEY 

Mcdonald 



MAINOR 
McLARTY 



RAYMOND ALLEN LACKMAN, JR. 

Corporal 1; Sergeant 4; "B" Varsity Basketball 3; "B" 
Varsity Football 4; Academy Hi-Y 4; Varsity Basketball 
Manager 4 



PIERCE E. MARKS 

Transfer 3; "B" Varsity Basketball 3; Varsity Football 4; 
Corpora! 3; Sergeant 4; Best drilled Platoon 3; Richmond 
Hi-Y 3, 4 



BARRETT LAMB 

Corporal 4 



JAMES H. McARTHUR 

Rifle Team 3, 4; Corporal 4; Merit Bar 3; Best drilled 
Platoon 2 ; Best drilled Company 1 



MARION P. LARISCY 

Best drilled Platoon 2; Richmond Hi-Y 4, 5; Musketeer 
Staff 5 



CHARLES L McCORMACK 

Transfer 4 



J. C. LUCKEY, JR. 



f. l. Mcdonald 

Corporal 3 



JAMES H. MAINOR 

Transfer 4; Corporal 4; Sergeant 4; Musketeer Staff 5 



CHARLES L. McLARTY 

Literary Society 2; Sergeant 4 




THOMAS WILLIS MILLER 

Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; "B" Varsity Football 2; Beta 
Club 3, 4; Chaplain 4; Honors 2; Sergeant 3; Corporal 4; 
Rainbow Staff 4 

IOBERT C. MULLIGAN 

Best-drilled Company 2; Richmond Hi-Y 3, 4; Sergeant 
3, 4; Rifle Team 3, 4; Musketeer Staff 4 

ERNEST M. NELSON 

LESTER J. NEWSOME 
Band 1, 2, 3 

V. E. NOLAND 

Transfer 4; Varsity Football 4; Beta Club 4; Academy 
Hi-Y 4; Chaplain 4; Secretary 4; Glee Club 4 

FRANK F. O'CONNOR 

Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Musketeer 
Staff 4 ; Rainbow Staff 4 ; Cheer Leader 4 ; Glee Club 3 ; 
"B" Varsity Basketball 1 

LIONEL S. ODUM 

Sergeant 4; Best drilled Company 3, 4 

CHARLES P. OWENS 

Honors 2; Merit Bar 2; Track 2; Literary Society 3, 4; 
Academy Hi-Y 3, 4; Secretary 4; President 4; Sergeant 3; 
Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4; Rainbow Staff 4 



S&H4XMA, 



IVAN PARKER, JR. 

Honors 1 ; High Honor 2, 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Treasurer 4; 
Academy Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Class Vice-Presi- 
dent 4; Corporal 2; Sergeant 3; First Lieutenant 4; Merit 
Bar 1, 2, 3, 4; Best drilled Cadet 3; Levy Medal 3: Medal 
of Merit 3; Sabre Club 4; Musketeer Staff 4; Varsitj 
Football 2, 3, 4; Block "R" Club 2, 3, 4; Cold "R" 
Society 4 



NEWSOME 


NOLAND 


O'CONNOR 


ODUM 


OWENS 


PARKER 





PEEBLES 
RAINEY 



HALL PEEBLES 

High Honors 1; Highest Honor 2, 3; Beta Club 3, 4; 
Secretary 4; Literary Society 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3, 4; 
Rainbow Staff 4 ; Business Manager 4 ; George Traylor 
Memorial Medal 2; Debating Team 3; Spanish Club 2 



CHARLES E. PENN, JR. 

Academy Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 1, 2, 3; Varsity Foot- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 4; Student Council 4; President 
4; Musketeer Staff 4; Basketball 1, 2; Sergeant 2, 3, 4 



C. C. POWELL 

R. E. PRIOR 

Sergeant 4 

FRED E PRITCHARD 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Corporal 2; Sergeant 3, 4; Lieutenant 4; 
Sabre Club 4 



CARLIN D. RAINEY 
Transfer 3 ; Band 3 

BOBBY L. RICHARDS 

Corporal 3, 4 ; Best drilled Company 3 

WILLIAM R. RICHARDSON 

Honors 1, 2; High Honor 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Richmond 
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Chaplain 4; Academy Literary 
Society 3, 4; Boys Glee Club 4; Musketeer Staff 3; Rain- 
bow Staff 3, 4; Editor-in-Chief 4; Gold "R" Society 4; 
Block "R" Club 3, 4; Sabre Club 4; Corporal 2; Sergeant 
1, 3; Second Lieutenant 4; First Lieutenant 4; Captain 4; 
Individual Drill Merit Bar 3; Tennis Team 1, 3, 4; Cap- 
tain 3, 4; "B" Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3: Captain 3: 
Varsity Basketball 4 



JOHN F. SCOGGINS 

Best drilled Company 1, 3, 4 




SHIPMAN 
STEWAR I 



STATHOS 
STUCKEY 



WILLIAM F. SHIPMAN, JR. 

Honors 1, 2, 3; Beta Club 3, 4: Literary Society 4; Glee 
Club 4: Academy Hi-Y 4; Band 1, 2, 4; Sergeant 4; 
Rifle Team 3, 4 ; Gold "R" Society 4 

I. T. STATHOS 

Varsity Football 4: Glee Club 4 

WARREN W. STEWART 

"B" Varsity Basketball 1 ; Best drilled Freshman Cadet 1 : 
Best drilled Company 1 : Sergeant 1,4; "B" Varsity Foot- 
ball Manager 3; Academy Hi-Y 3, 4; Varsity Football 
Manager 4 

RAYMOND B. STUCKEY 

Golf Team 1 2; Literary Society 3, 4; Glee Club 4: 
Sergeant 4 

CHARLES C. TOOLE 

Musketeer Staff 3, 4; Sergeant 3; Rifle Team 3 

THOMAS L. TOOLE 

Corporal 3; Sergeant 4; Academy Hi-Y 4: F.F.A. Club 
3,4 

IRA T. TOWNER 

Corporal 3; Sergeant 4 

JOE A. TUCKER 

Best-drilled Company 1: Corporal 3; Academy Hi-Y 3, 4 

JAMES W. TYSON 
Sergeant 4 

THOMAS HAROLD TYSON 

Best-drilled Company 1 ; Corporal 3 ; Musketeer Staff 4 



SetuxMA, 



TOOLE, C. C. 

TOWNER 
TYSON, J. W. 



TOOLE, J. L. 

TUCKER 
TYSON, T. H. 





WALKER 
WILLIAMS, N. 



WALTERS 
WILLIAMS, W. 



WATKINS 
WILLIAMSON 



WEEKS 
YARBOROUGH 



WHEATLEY 
YOUNGBLOOD 



RAY O. WALKER 
F.F.A. Club 4 



NORMAN E. WILLIAMS, JR. 
Glct Club 4 



GORDON E. WALTERS 

"B" Varsity Basketball 1 ; Academy Hi-Y 3, 4 ; Beta Club 
3, 4; High Honor 1 ; Honor 2; Band 2, 3, 4; Corporal 3; 
Best-drilled Company 1 



WILLIAM O. WILLIAMS 



RANDOLPH E. WATKINS, JR. 

Sergeant 3, 4; Rifle Team 2; Best-drilled Company 2; 
Best-drilled Platoon 3 



JULIAN N. WILLIAMSON 

Second Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4; Merit Bar I, 4; "B" 
Varsity Football 1 ; "B" Varsity Basketball 1 ; Honors 1, 2; 
Sergeant 1,3; Beta Club 3, 4; Tennis Team 4 



WILLARD WEEKS 

Corporal 1, 3; Varsity Football 3, 4; Block "R" Club 4; 
Academy Hi-Y 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Best-drilled Com- 
pany 3 



JAMES A. YARBROUGH, JR. 

Academy Hi-Y 3, 4; Best-drilled Company 3; Corporal 3; 
Sergeant 4; "B" Varsity Basketball 1; "B" Varsity Foot- 
ball 3 ; Varsity Football 4 



LAWRENCE M. WHEATLEY 

Sergeant 4; Varsity Football 4; Academy Hi-Y 4; Beta 
Club 3, 4; Hoonrs 1, 2, 3; Best drilled Company 1; Best 
drilled Platoon 3 



WILLIAM RALPH YOUNGBLOOD 

Best drilled Platoon 1 ; Corporal 3 ; Sergeant 4 




Retuknitui Servicemen 




4GEE, JACK L. 
ANDERSON, J. P. 
ANDREWS, ADAM 
BARRENTINE, W. J. 
BETCHER, WILLIAM 
BORTON, CHARLES E. 
BRITTON, W. L. 
BROOME, J. W. 
BROWN, HUBERT 
CROFT, W. E. 
CROUCH, CORNELIUS 
DAVIS, EUGENE 
DAWSON, G. 
DOUGLAS, H. T. 
EVANS, J. C. 
EVERETT, BILLY 
FOUCHE, C. L. 
FULCHER, H. C. 
HARMON, JAMES A. 



HARTER, GEORGE W. 
HESLEN, F. C. 
HOOVER, E. L. 
HOWARD, M. L. 
IZLAR, WILLIAM A. 
JAMES, F. C. 
JOHNSTON, GEORGE E. 
JOHNSTON, E. L. 
JORDAN, J. R. 
KENT, L. B. 
KLEIN, L. A. 
KROME, SHARKEY 
LAMB, H. B. 
LEE, L. L. 
LUKE, E. C. 
LUNDAY, H. A. 
MALLETT, A. B. 
MAXWELL, A. W. 
MENGER, E. M. 



MITCHELL, F. W. 
McABEE, W. W. 
McCANN, R. O. 
MOBLEY, JACK 
OTT, A. E. 
PRICE, J. P. 
RHENEY, E. T. 
SHORT. WILLIAM O. 
SIKES, C. S. 
SMIS, RAY N. 
SMITH, D. C. 
SMITH, E. E. 
STEWART, M. H. 
STONE, HARRY 
STRINGER, J. E. 
THACKER, O. G. 
TURNER, CHARLES F. 
WIDENER, D. 
WILSON, B. M. 




Last Will and Testament of the 

(lass of \ineteen Hundred and 

Forty-six of the Academy 

Of III! llllllHIll IoiiiiIv 



We, the class of 46. living the past four years in desperation, 
do see fit to bequeath to our fellow students a portion of our 
fame, wealth, fortune, and knowledge of this great institu- 
tion. Having taken laurels, honors, and talents in these years 
we do sincerely hope and plead that on passing down to our 
vounger Academites, they may accomplish extraordinary 
achievements in this great world. Thus we hereby state and 
produce this manifesto as our Last Will and Testament, To 
Wit: 



Item 1. Tom Algood leaves his booth at the King's Wa\ 
Pharmacy to "Junior" Moore. 

Item 2. To Tony Allen, Hale Barrett leaves his uniform 
coat, in hopes that Tony will be warm next winter. 

Item 3. Ralph Boerckel leaves his bowed legs to Tom Clay- 
ton, who we hope will win in the Rodeo next year. 

Item 4. To Mr. Hains, T. B. Bowden gives one year to 
calculate the cube root of a vacuum. 



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Item 5. Billic Burch leaves his military step to Melvin Here- 
lik, in hopes that Melvin will become a first class 
corporal in the Yugoslavian guards. 

Item 6. To Bobby Graham, Billy Bussey leaves his thick, 
well groomed hair. 

Item 7. Sewell Camp leaves to Clarence Muns his great big 
diamond bar. We hope that Muns will be in charge 
of the 4th Battalion next year. 

Item 8. John Childress leaves his football tactics to Charlie 
Penn, that Charlie may be able to hold down both 
ends of the line. 

Item 9. With G. I. A. A. medals all over his jersey, Bobby 
DeVaney leaves his shorts to Barry Blemker. 

Item 10. Johnny Green leaves his "Be-Be" bat to anyone man 
enough to take over. 

Item 11. To his little brother Billy, Carter Hagler leaves his 
way with the women, and his jitterbugging ability. 

Item 12. Hall Peebles leaves his slim, well developed midriff 
to Morris Warr. 

Item 13. Charles Hoover leaves the Beta Club to some il- 
literate junior, who we hope will remember that 
"Beta Club" spelled backwards gives "Bulc Ateb." 

Item 14. Harry Kitchens leaves his "waterhead" to his 
baby brother Lamar Collie. 

Item 15. Pierce Marks leaves to Mr. Talley his well-developed 
legs, so that Mr. Talley can illustrated accelerated 
motion without getting tired. 



Item 16. Willis Miller leaves his neck arrd foreign language 
to tin' Augusta Zoo, if they can't afford a girafl 

Item 17. Frank O'Connor leaves his trick knee, which jump- 
out of step when drilling in cadence to Ollie 
Wheeler, who we hope will find a way out of drill 
next year. 

Item 18. To "Junior" (Gene Autry) Davis, Ivan Parker leaves 

his shiftiness and swivel-hips, in hopes that "Junior" 
will use them in his dominating chess game. 

Item 19. Billy Richardson leaves his motorcycle jaunts at 

the fifth and sixth periods to "Snag" McCann. with 

hopes that Mr. Hardy may be able to conduct a 
class. 

Item 20. Gordon Walters leaves his drum sticks to a well 
trained musician. 

Item 21. Jack Watetston leaves his seven years service stripe 
to any one capable of coming near his all-school 
record. 

Id in 22. Under conditions which are beyond our control, the 
Faculty prevents Harry Stathos from leaving any- 
thing at all. 

Item 23. North Williamson leaves his "fuzz" to Billy Phinizy, 
who we hope will not have to change his face but 
once a day. 

Item 24. To the Class of '47, we, the Class of '46 leave: 
Our conversation in the corridors; our detention hall 
hours; our struggle for the return of our military 
rating; our desire for senior privileges; our want 
of a much needed school spirit; and last but not 
least, our techinque with the opposite sex in the 
entire city of Augusta. 



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Left to Right: 

FLEMING, WHEELER, FARLOW, HARBIN 






fjuttiail 



PRESIDENT JOHN FLEMING 

VICE-PRESIDENT BERT HARBIN 

SECRETARY OLLIE WHEELER 

TREASURER WRAY FARLOW 



Our underclassmen do not ordinarily come in for very much attention in the year book, but a scanning of 
the pages of THE RAINBOW will show that they are a very real part of the school. Large numbers of the 
boys will be found playing on the various athletic teams, both A and B Varsity teams. In fact, some of the 
stars are often found to come from these classes. Spring training for football, which is in progress as our book 
goes to press, has found about thirty freshmen among the large number of boys turning out. Two literary so- 
cieties function to care for the needs of these boys. Many of the younger boys are contributing much to the 
school music program, especially in the band. Some of the younger boys have done good work in helping with 
our publications. All in all, we consider the underclassmen very important people. 



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So4xlu)4nQSi&4, 



PRESIDENT TONY ALLEN 



VICE-PRESIDENT . TOMMY KIRKLAND 



SECRETARY GILMER SALE 



TREASURER JUNIOR MOORE 




Top: KIRKLAND, SALE 
Bottom: ALLEN, MOORE 




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PRESIDENT RICHARD KELLY 



VICE-PRESIDENT 



SECRETARY 



JACK WONG 



BEAUFORD HILLMAN 



TREASURER LANSING LEE 



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ADAMS, EDGAR GEORGE 
ADAMS, HAROLD THOMAS 
ADAMS, JAMES WELDON 
ALDRIDGE, JESSE FRED 
ANDERSON, LAURIE GARNER 
ANDERSON, ROBERT BONNER 
ANSLEY, BOBBY H. 
APPLEWHITE, WILLIAM LEE 
ARRINGTON, NORMAN EMORY 
BARTON, ARMIN 
BARTON, RALPH IVEY 
BEALE, BILLY J. 
BELGER, JAMES D. 
BENNETT, JOE RICHARD 
BENNETT, JOHN McCOY 
BLAND, CREWS McDANIEL 
BLEMKER, BERRIEN 
BOERCKEL, ROBERT ALVIN 
BOHLER, HARRY NEIL 
BONDS HAROLD FOSTER 
BOULINEAU, ROBERT MILLER 
BOWDIDGE, JOHN STEPHENS 
BOYKIN CLAUDE CLARENCE 
BRIGHAM, EUGENE F. 
BRINKLEY, EUGENE TOLLY 
BROWN, DALTON GASTON 
BROWN, WILLIAM OTIS 
CAMPBELL, THOMAS LEON 
CARTLEDGS OTIS GEORGE 
CHAMBERLAIN, CLARENCE RALPH 
CHANCE, FRANK W. 
CHANDLER, FRED 
CHENEY, WILLIAM IRWIN 
CLARK, GRAY EUGENE 
CLAYTON, THOMAS 
CLIATT, THOMAS EUGENE 
COLE, ED. COLTON 



COLLIER LAMAR PITCHER 
COLLINS, JAMES C. 
COOKE, SAMUEL L. 
COOPER, CHARLES ALLEN 
COOPER, JAMES PRESTON 
COOPER, JAMES ROBERT 
COOPER, WALTER LOUIS 
CORNELISON, JOHN ROBERT 
COURSEY, EDWARD GARFIELD 
COX, PERRETT FRANK 
CROFT, THOMAS WRIGHT 
CROFT, WILLIAM E. 
CROUCH, J AS. RUDOLPH 
CRCUCH, LESTER ALONZO 
CROUCH, STANLEY B. 
DAVIDSON, BILLY MACK 
DAVIDSON, JOHN BELEAU 
DAVIS, HARRY A. 
DeLOACH, EARL 
DORSEY, LELAND EDWARD 
DYE, HAROLD OTIS 
EDGAR, WILBUR LEE 
EPSTEIN, EDWIN SIGMUND 
FARLOW, WRAY ELBERT 
FLEMING, JOHN 
FLEMING, PETER WALLACE 
FLEMING, WILLIAM HENRY 
FOGEL, MYRON JEROME 
FCXDS, GEORGE R. 
FCUCHE, CHARLES L. 
FRIERSON, ALVIN LOY 
FRIERSON LEON ROY 
FULMER, CLARENCE LUTHER 
CAUTHIER, RALPH JOSEPH 
GCLCCKE, JAMES FOSTER 
CRAMMER, JOSEPH FRANKLIN 
CRAYBILL, DABNEY CRENSHAW 



GREENE, SOL VICTOR 
GUEST, GEORGE LUCAS 
GUILLEBEAU, OTIS POLK 
GUNTER, DANIEL McKAY 
HAIR, WHELDON HERBERT 
HARBIN, BERTRAM DYKES 
HARELIK, MELVIN MOSSE 
HARGROVE, RICHARD S. 
HARTER, GEORGE W. 
HATCHER, WILLIAM JONES 
HEARD, EARL L. 
HELMHOLD, A. L. 
HENG, JOHN MUNN 
HERRINGTON, JACK 
HESTLEY, WILLIAM ALBERT 
HIGHTOWER, IRVIN CHESLEY 
HOGAN, HARVIE JORDAN 
HOLLIMAN, CLIFFORD 
HOLLINGSWORTH, DAVID 
HOLMES, CONSTANTINE GEORGE 
HOLMES, HENRY D. 
HOOVER, ERNEST L. 
HOPKINS, JOSEPH CECIL 
HUMPHRIES, ROBERT LEE 
HUNTER, HAROLD HODGSON 
HURT, FRANK J. 
INMAN, WALTER PATTERSON 
JANSEN, ALBERT H. 
JOHNS, VERNON ALFRED 
JOHNSON, C. MONROE 
JOHNSTON, FRANK CHARLES 
JOLLES, HOWARD PARILL 
JONES, LEWIS CLEVELAND 
JONES, WHEATON HARLEY 
JOWERS, WILLIAM VERNON 
KITCHENS, ROBERT MERVIN 
KLINCK, DAVID C. 
KROME, SHARKEY F. 















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LAMBRETH, RUCKER KEEBLE 
LANGE, WILLIAM 
LEE, CHARLES ED. 
LEONARD, LAWRENCE K. 
LEOPARD, ED. 
LEVY, GERALD ESTROFF 
LEWIS, WILLIAM HENRY 
LICHENSTEIN, MYER 
LOE, THOMAS E. 
LOFLIN, JAMES PITNER 
LUM, ARTHUR 
LUNDAY, HANCE A. 
MANN, WILLIAM THOMAS 
MARTIN, G. MARVIN 
MATTISON, HOWARD R. 
MAXWELL, GEORGE M. 
McELVEEN, JOSEPH M. 
McGAHEE, CONRAD WILLIAM 
McGAHEE, MACK MILO 
McGOWAN, JOSEPH LAMAR 
McINTOSH, WILLIAM DALRYMPLE 
McKEOWN, HARRY M. 

Mcknight, mason Harris 
meads, gene brady 
melton, lewis william 
menger, ed. 
merry, arthur brian 
mock, wallace ray 
moody, julian thomas 
moseley, norman cook 
motlow, leroy o. 
muns, clarence s. 
murphy, tom daniel 
nachman, herbert 
napier, rudolph gene 
newman, james alexander 
newton, jack w. 





NEWTON, STEVE LINTON 
NIXON, J. J. 

nobles, barney harold 
oellerich, grover william 
o'tyson, elbert jack 
overstreet, james lewis 
overton, herman davis 
owens, jack McDonald 
owens, william robert 
padgett, billy belding 
padgett, john leroy 
palmer, lester davis 
pardue, james 
parks, charles a. 
parrish, robert alton 
pearre, james nathanie 
peel, harry edward 
peel, william franklin 
perry, john raymond 
peterson, paul 
phillips, al herman 
phintzy, william wright 
postell, alvin e. 
powell, louis f. 
price, james irvin 
price, james perry 
pund, ernest evers 
quattlebaum, william russell 
rachels, henry capers 
reese, thomas edward 
reese, william irvin 
richards, bobby leslie 
riggs, milford t. 
roberson, donald wayne 
roberts, william b. 
robertson, james lawrence 
sawilowsky, jacob j. 



SAWILOWSKY, JACOB M 
SCARBOROUGH, REUBEN CHRIS 
SCHWEITZER, WILLIAM ANTHONY 
SEIFFERT, WILLIAM DOUGLAS 
SHAPIRO, HERBERT SANFORD 
SHIPMAN, ODELL DEWEY 
SIGLOW, NORMAN 
SILLS, GLEN ROBERT 
SIZEMORE, WILLIAM EDWARD 
SMITH, PATGILLEN 
STABOVITZ, PETER C. 
STAFFORD, N. WILLIAM 
STARNES, MARION SCOTT 
STAVRO, WILLIAM EDWIN 
STEINBERG, JACK JEROME ■ 
STRAUSS, SAM E. 
SULLIVAN, CHARLES M. 
TALLENT, WILLIAM L. 
TEUTON, ROBERT ELWOOD 
THOMAS, F. B. 
THRIFT, BARNES SPENCER 
TYSON, JAMES WILLIAM 
WAINWRIGHT, ROBERT RATHBONE 
WALKER, CHARLES ALLEN 
WALKER, OSCAR HENRY 
WALLACE, FRANK JAMES 
WARR, THERON M. 
WARREN, HARVIE B. 
WELLMAKER, WILLIAM L. 
WHEATLEY, GROVER C. 
WHEELER, OLLIE 
WHITAKER, ROBERT H. 
WILENSKY, LEONARD R. 
WILLSON, EDWIN C. 
WOO, JIMMY 

WOODWARD, WILLIAM M. 
YARBROUGH, JAMES A. 



^Ue> 1946 RcUnLaw. 



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^Ue So4iltQ4nQSie ClaAA 



AARONSON, HAROLD JOSEPH 
ADAMS, FLOYD PARKS 
ADAMS, ROY CALVIN 
ADAMS. WM. ERNEST 
ALLEN, TONY MARKERT 
ANDERSON. DAN SPIKE 
ANTHONY, CURTIS LIONEL 
BAGGETT, HERBERT E. 
BAILEY, JOSEPH PEYTON 
BAILEY, THOS. WESLEY 
BALKCUM, LEON ROOSEVELT 
BARFIELD, WALTER R. 
BARGERON, LONNIE 
BARINOWSKI, ROBERT EMIL 
BARKSDALE, RONNIE STANFORD 
BARNES, CAROL LEE 
BARNES, TRAVIS STANLEY 
BEATTIE, ROBT. CLIFFORD 
BECKUM, LEWIS TAYLOR 
BELDING, RICHARD EUGENE 
BELGER, RICHARD W. 
BELL, EDGAR STEPHEN 
BETHUNE, RAYMOND 
BLACKSTONE, BERNARD A. 
BLANCHARD. WARREN TALMADGE 
BOLAND, EDWARD G. 
BOLEN, CHAS. WINSTON 
BOWICK, J. W. 
BOWMAN, GEO. L. 
BRIDGES. WM. THOS. 
BRINKLEY. CRAWFORD W. 
BROOME. JESSE W. 
BROWN, HERBERT D. 
BRYANT, HERBERT EDWARD 
BURNEY, BILLY G. 
CADDEN. LAWRENCE BARNARD 



CADLE. JAMES WESLEY 

CAIN, ALLIE RAYMOND 

CARPENTER, HERBERT E. 

CARPENTER, MARVIN LAWRENCE 

CARROLL, JOHN FRANKLIN 

CARSWELL, HUGH 

CARTER, CHAS. EDWARD 

CAVANAUGH, JAMES THOMAS 

( ' WI.F.Y, JAMES WM. 

CHAPPELL, BCBBY 

CLACK, ERWIN 

COLEMAN. JOHN SCOTT 

CONALLY. WILLARD VINSON 

COOK, HENRY JOSEPH 

COCK, JAMES HENRY 

COPPER, JACK LEONARD 

CORLEY. ARNO W. 

CORLEY, RCBT. LAMAR 

O - RBY, CARL TRUMAN 

D WIS, CHARLIE F. 

DAVIS, JIMMIE CULVER 

DAVIS, LONNIE EWING 

DAVIS, ROBT. B. 

DEAS. ADAM DWIGHT 

DEAS, WM. CLIFTON 

I). L< : \C H. WM JOSEPH 

DeVANEY, WALTER JOHNSON 

DICKEY, WM. C. 

I.HC \S. JAMES MONROE 

DOUGHERTY. NEWELL W. 

I) UGLAS, HENRY T. 

DREW. WM. EARNEST 

DPvEY, JACK R. 

DUNAWAY, WM. PRICE 

DURHAM, VERNON WILBUR 

DYSON, RICHARD E. 



EDWARDS, PERRY 
EUBANKS, BOBBY EDWARD 
EUBANKS, WALTER SHELTON 
EVANS, JAMES ALDERMAN 
FRANK, ALEXANDER RICHARD 
FREEMAN, GUY 
FULCHER, WM. C. 
FUTCH, WM. HAROLD 
GALLOWAY, RONALD FROST 
GARNER, RICHARD EARL 
GATTIS, ROBERT ANDREW 
GEORGE, LESLIE BUIST 
GHEESLING, SAM E. 
GHINGOLD, MAURICE JACK 
GIBSON, THOS. YOUNG 
GCDBEE, WM. WALKER 
GODOWNS, WILLIS ARTHUR 
GRAHAM, ROBT. CLYDE 
GREENE, JOHN JOSEPH 
GRIFFIN, HARRY B. 
GUILL, JAMES CARSON 
HADWIN. JAMES F. 
HAGLER, TOM WATERMAN 
HAGLER. WM. ST. 
HALL, WM. LOUIE 
HAMILTON. JAMES M. 
HAMILTON, JOHNTE ROSS 
'.•'MIL ION. LEONARD 
HAMMOCK, JESSE GRIMES 
HAMMOCK. MARION SHURLEY 
HANCHEY, WM. JNO. 
HARBESON, EVERETT DAVISON 
HARMON, WM. C. 
HARPER, WESTON R. 
HARRIS, V. W. 
HARVEY, HOWARD HART LEY 



HATCHER, ELMO ALLEN 
HATTLE, WM. E. 
HEATH, BENJAMIN McEWEN 
HENDERSON, JOE MARION 
HIXON, JACK 

HODGES, FRANK JOHNSON 
HODGES, HERBERT M. 
HOLLINS, CHAS. A. 
HORNE, ROBT. JACKSON 
HORTON, BILLY SAMUEL 
HOWELL, EDDIE CLARK 
HUFF, DAN HERBERT 
HUNTER, ROBERT MARTIN 
HYDRICK, DANNIE LEROY 
ILLE, THOS. A. 
INGLETT, CHAS. DEARING 
IRYIN, HENRY STUART 
IVIE, CLAUDE WM. 
JAMES, BOBBY LEE 
JOHNSON, GEO. WARREN 
JOHNSTON, CARL HERMAN 
JOLLES, ISAAC SEYMOUR 
JONES, CHAS. RICHARD 
JONES. HARVEY GERALD 
JONES. HORACE ALLEN 
JONES, ROBERT HOGAN 
JONES, WM. EDWARD 
KELLY, GEO. LOCKWOOD 
KELLY, WM. DAVIS 
KENNEDY. RALPH SAMUEL 
KENT. WARREN LEE 
KERR, HOMER CHALMERS 
KERSEY, JNO. W. 
KING. HORACE ALLEN 
KIRKLAND, T HOS. RICHARD 
KITCHEN. CLAUDE RAY 
KNOTTS, TOMMIE MILTON 



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LAMA, HERBERT VAN 
LANGLEY, DERWENT 
LARISCY, MILTON L. 
LEE, LEONARD LEWIS 
LEONARD, EVERETT A. 
LEWIS, BILLY EARL 
LEWIS, REGINALD LARRY 
LIVINGSTON, JAMES SCOTT 
LYNN, RAYMOND CURRY 
MADEN, WM. LEROY 
MAHLSTEDT, NICKLOUS H. 
MARLOWE, PHILLIP LEROY 
MAXWELL, REGINALD 
MEALING, HENRY GETZEN 
MELTON, ROBT. M. 
MERTINS, HARRY BELDING 
METHVIN, PAUL 
MEYER, SAMUEL MILLER 
MILLS, ROBT. JOSEPH 
MINOR, GEO. EVANS 
MOBLEY, JACK R. 
BEDGOOD, THURMOND LEWIS 
MOORE, JESSE GRAY 
MORRIS, BR YON WESLEY 
MORRIS, HAROLD JACK 
McALHANY, LOUIE S. 

mccarty, lucius cuthbert 
mcdaniel, edgar lamar 
Mcdonald, donald 
mcgahee, albert stephens 
mcintosh, herbert alexander 

McKELLAR, THOS. E. 
McKINNEY, DAVID THOS. 
McKINNEY, DON E. 
McKINNEY, JOE S. 
McLENDON, HOMER 
McMICHAEL, ROBT. BARRY 
McNAIR, HAL HARRIS 
NEWMAN, RAYMOND A. 
NEWSOME, JAMES CARLOS 
NEWSOME, JAMES LEWIS 



NICHOLAS, CHAS. HARRINGTON 
OGLETREE, VERNON ALLEN 
O'HARA, JERRY P. 
PADGETT, JEROME FURMAN 
PADGETT, NAUGHTON A. 
PARRISH, WM. L. 
PATRICK, ZACK OSCAR 
PENDER, JAMES BRANSFORD 
PERRY, PIERCE RGORDON 
PHINIZY, IRVINE 
PLATT, WILLIE DEWEY 
POWELL, BOBBY HAWKINS 
POWLEDGE, GIDEON MILLS 
PRICE, CHAS. NORMAN 
PROCTOR, JAMES MORENE 
PUGH, HERBERT LEE 
PYLE, JACKIE GRADY 
RABUN, WM. ROBT. 
RAINES, WM. BUTLER 
RAYNES, MITCHELL 
REESE, JOE FRANKLIN 
REYNOLDS, DONALD RAY 
REYNOLDS, THOS. TERRELL 
RHODES, ROBT. EUGENE 
RHODES, RUSSELL 
RHODES, THOS. WAYNE 
RICE, MARION F. 

RICHARDSON, EDGAR MORRISON 
ROBERTS, BOBBY BURCH 
ROGERS, WM. ROSCOE 
RUCKER, CHAS. THOS. 
RUNYON, FREDERICK M. 
SALE, GEO. GILMAN 
SATCHER, MILTON B. 
SAUL, JEROME 
SAXON, FRANCIS A. 
SCOTT, HUGH A. 
SEGO, CLIFFORD THOS. 
SETZE, THOS. H. 
SHAPIRO, PHILIP STANLEY 
SIMS, RAY NEIL 



SMITH, FAIREST DIAMOND 

SMITH, JOHN OTIS 

SMITH, PAUL EUGENE 

SMITH, ROBT. BOYNTON 

SPIVEY, ROBT. CALVIN 

STANFORD, ALBERT T. 

STEWART, WM. AUSTIN 

SUHR, KARL FREDERICK 

SWAIN, JAMIE WYLIE 

SWEENEY, FRANK J. 

SYMMS, ROBT. LOUIS 

TALBERT, JAMES WM. 

TANKERSLEY, LAWRENCE STEVENSON 

TANNENBAUM, JULIAN BARNARD 

TEAGUE, ADDISON DAWSON 

TEUTON, VERNON EZELLE 

THOMAS, JAS. WILSON 

THOMPSON, ROBT. LANKSTON 

TOOLE, WALLACE SYL. 

TOWNES, HENRY HALL 

UTLEY, FOSTER T. 

WAAGNER, CARL ROBT. 

WALKER, CHAS. ROBT. 

WALTERS, RAMON DOUGLAS 

WELCH, HAYWOOD JOHN 

WHALEY, HAMILTON H. 

WHALEY, CURTIS EDWARD 

WHITE, JAMES ROBT. 

WHITE, WM. 

WHITTLE, JAMES B. 

WIDENER, ROB. E. 

WIGGINS, STEWART LIVINGSTON 

WILK, JACK D. 

WILLIAMS, ALBERT LESTER 

WLLIAMS, DONALD EDWARD 

WILLIAMS, H. B. 

WILLIAMS, JAMES EDWARD 

WONG, PHILIP 

WRIGHT, EDWARD MASON 

YOUNG, ROBT A. 

YOUNGBLOOD, RICHARD E. 

ZERVOS, NICK 



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ADAMS, THURMON ROBERT 
ADAMS, VERNON 
ADCOX, JOHN WELTON 
ADKINS, MACK L. 
AGEE, WM. G. 
AICHEL, GEO. OSCAR 
ALDRIDGE, LANDON THOMAS 
ALFORD, JAMES LEROY 
ANDERSON, WM. ALLEN 
ANSLEY, MARVIN WM. 
BAGGOTT, ROBERT TAYLOR 
BAILEY, ROBERT NORMAN 
BAIRD, GEO. CLIFFORD 
BAKER, ROBERT A. 
BALK, THOS. MORRIS 
BARDEN, CHARLES V. 
BARFIELD, TROY EDWARD 
BARRETT, WM. WHITE 
BARROW, JNO. MARION 
BARTON, LEON THERON 
BAYNARD, JOSEPH SCOTT 
BEATZE, JAMES CONRAD 
BECK, BOBBY CLENTION 
BEDGOOD, THURMOND LEWIS 
BENNETT, ARCHIE ALLEN 
BENNETT, EDWARD TAFT 
BENNETT, THOS. HARMON 
BENSON, BENJAMIN MANIN 
BENSON, SAMUEL EUGENE 
BETTS, MILLARD HAROLD 
BIKAS, WILLIAM C. 
BLACKBURN, OTIS EUGENE 
BLACKSTONE, AARON LOUIS 
BLACKSTONE, GEO. FRANK 
BLACKSTONE, HERBERT THOS. 
BLAIR, WM. SOLOMON 
BLOUNT, GEORGE 
BLOUNT, ROBERT ESTES 
BOLES, COLDEN KHOLIEL 
BONHAM, ELDRED STEVEN 
BONZO, WESLEY ELMER 
BOWMAN, GENE TUNNIE 
BOYD, JIMMY 
BRANAN, WM. JENNINGS 
BRANDENBURG, WALTER EMMETT 
BRANDON, CHARLES 
BRANDON, WM. WOODWARD 



BRANTLEY, OZIE WILLIS 
BRETT, STEVE EMANUEL 
BRIDGES, ROBERT FRANKLIN 
BROADWATER, WM. HENRY 
BROWN, CLAWDY RAY 
BROWN, HILDYER E. 
BRYAN, WILSON JENNINGS 
BUFFINGTON, wiLLIE 
BUGG, JULIAN 

BURCH, HAROLD WHITAKER 
BURNS, JAMES WILBERT 
BUSH, EDGAR RAYMOND 
CADLE, LINDSEY WALTER 
CALAMAS, PETER JIM 
CAMERON, STUART ALLEN 
CARLTON, M. T. 
CARLTON, RAY S. 

CARPENTER, RUTLEDGE BERNARD 
CARTER, JAMES OWEN 
CATLEDGE, REGINALD CHESTER 
CASON, JACK PILCHER 
CAWLEY, EDWARD HILL 
CAWLEY, JACK KENT 
CHANCE, FRED ELROY 
CHEESEBOROUGH, RICHARD S. 
CLARK, CHARLES HAYWOOD 
CLIATT, WALTER IRVING 
CLOUD, JAMES HARRISON 
COCKRELL, B. D. 
COFER, WM. HOWARD 
CONNELL, LEWIS ELLIOTT 
COOK, JOHN L. 
COOPER, CLAUDE NORMAN 
COPELAND, BILLY JOE 
CORDELL, BILLY KENNETH 
CORLEY, WM. LAWRENCE 
COTTS, LEONARD 
COVINGTON, HINTON EVERET 
CRAWFORD, ARNELL T. 
CROCKETT, WM. FLOYD 
CROMER, HAL MILTON 
CROOK, JOHN LEE 
CULPEPPER, EDWARD PHILIP 
CULPEPPER, R. J. 
CUMBEE, LURIA ERASTUS 
DANIEL, CARL JAMES 
DAVIS, EUGENE 



DAVIS, M. R. 

DEAL, CHARLIE McDONALD 
DeLONG, ROBERT LUTHER 
DINKINS, JAMES VERNON 
DOUGLAS, CHARLES HARRY 
DOUGLAS, EDWARD LEWIS 
DRAKE, JAMES ELLSWORTH 
DuBOSE, BRYAN ALLEN 
DUNCAN, JAMES CALDWELL 
DYCHES, JOSEPH EMANUEL 
DYE, WM. EZRA 
EDWARDS, RICHARD BATTLE 
EHRLICH, G. E. 
EIDSON, HUNTER ROGERS 
ELLIOTT, ROBERT BENJAMIN 
EUBANKS, BOBBY GENE 
FANNING, CHARLES HENRY 
FARR, EMORY WARREN 
FARR, MARION FRANK 
FESE, LOUIS RODGERS 
FLOWERS, HENRY FRANKLIN 
FLOWERS, JACK EUGENE 
FLYTHE, JAMES B. 
FOUCHE, SAMUEL ALLEN 
FREDERICKS, RAY MALCUM 
GEER, HARRY CALVIN 
GHINGOLD, NEIL 
GHITTER, IRVIN LEROY 
GIBBS, INIARD P. 
GIBBS, JNO. THOS. 
GLAZE, JOSEPH FURMAN 
GLISSON, ARTHUR 
GOINGS, CHARLES WM. 
GOINGS, CLIFFORD C. 
GOOD, CLIFTON HORACE 
GOOLSBY, RICHARD MILTON 
GOOLSBY, WM. HUBBARD 
GRAMMAR, BURUM WRIGHT 



HARDY, WM. ADMER 
HARRIS, JACK HERBERT 
HARRIS, PHIL DAVIS 
HATCHER, PAUL RALPH 
HAVIRD, LLOYD BRADLEY 
HEATH, TERRI WALKER 
HENRY, CHARLES EDWARD 
HENRY, HUNTER Mc 
HENSLEY, JACK ALLEN 
HENSLEY, JAMES EDWARD 
HERNDON, FRANK EUGENE 
HERRON, CHAS. ALVIN 
HEWETT, ALBERT LAFAYTTE 
HILL, EZEKIEL THOS. 
HILLMAN, BEAUFORD IVEY 
HINTON, JOSEPH BRAND 
HOLLEY, W. W. 
HOLMES, CHAS. MILTON 
HOOD, OSCAR JOSHUS 
HOPKINS, MELL JEROME 
HOWARD, CARROLL REID 
HOWARD, FLOYD G. 
HOWARD, OLLIE THORNTON 
HOWELL, LESTER 
HUGULEY, WM. GAINES 
HUSON, GEO. GREEN 
HUTTO, JAMES V 
INGLETT, MELVIN EDWARD 
INMAN, GEO. HULL 
IVEY, CHAS. EDDY 
JAMES, CHAS. EDWARD 
JAMES, LYNWOOD DEKALB 
JENKINS, DANIEL PERCY 
JOE, HERBERT PHILLIP 
JOHNSON, JONNIE F. 
JOHNSON, WALTER LEWIS 
JOHNSTON, LE ROY F. 
JONES, EARL EUGENE 



GRAYBILL, CLAUDE AUGUSTINE JONES, JAMES G. 



GREENE, JOE COILE 
GREER, PAUL HOBSON 
GREGORY, CHARLES E. 
GUILLEBEAU, ROBERT A. 
HAAK, ROBERT 
HAIR, HAROLD RUSSELL 
HAMILTON, JERROLD LEE 
HAMILTON, JOSEPH C. 
HARBIN, CLIFFORD LOUIS 



JORDAN, DON CARLOS 
JORDAN, JAMES DENNIS 
KELLEY. ARTHUR DUDLEY 
KELLY, RICHARD JOSEPH 
KEMP, DOUGLAS EDWARD 
KIGHT, JULIAN HENRY 
KING, CHAS. WM. 
KIRKENDOLL, MARION 
KNOTTS, LEONARD 












LAMB, ROBT. MILTON 
LAMBETH, EDWARD S. 
LANE, RICHARD SPANN 
LASS, LLOYD BYRON 
LEDFORD, LAVERN NEVIT 
LEE, FRANK LANSING 
LEE, ROBERT ALLEN 



NORVELL, JAMES FLEMING 
OATES, JAMES F. 
O'DANIEL, JAMES E. 
ODOM, WM. GEORGE 
OELLERICH, HERMAN JOSEPH 
OGLESBY, ISAAC WASHINGTON 
OTWELL, ORVILLE VERDERY 



MARVIN PRESTON OUTEN, MICHAEL D. 



LEONARD 
LEOPARD, SPENCER H. 
LISK, LEROY 
LOGAN, JOHN ARTHUR 
LORD, HERBERT WM. 
LORD, WALTER HUGH 
LUM, WALTER 
LYON, WM. EDWARD 
MANNING, JAMES ROBERT 
MARDS, EUGENE DAVID 
MASIERO, ROLLO Y. 
MASON. THOMAS E. 
MATHEWS, G. W. (BILLY) 
MATHEWS, PHILIP REID 
MATHIS, T. H. 
MILLER, J. V. 
MILLER, RICHARD D. 
MITCHELL, BILLY E. 
MITCHELL, GEORGE HINES 
MITCHELL, JAMES ELBERT 
MORRIS, MILTON AGEE 
MORRIS, ROY DEAN 
MOSELY. WAYNE C. 
MURPHEY, PAUL WARREN 
MURPHEY, ROBERT MURRY 
MURPHY, JACK FRANKLIN 
MC'RRAH, JOE BANKS 



OVERCASH, CHARLES EDWARD 
PADGETT, CURTIS WM. 
PADGETT, ERWIN EUGENE 
PADGETT, ROBERT IRVIN 
PARKS, ROBERT AGEE 
PARRISH, ALBERT RONALD 
PARRISH, RONALD EDWARD 
PARRISH, T. L. 
PARSONS, WM. NARAMORE 
PATCHE, EDWARD DONALD 
PATE, CHAS. BARNES 
PATRICK, JAMES EDWARD 
PENLAND, JAMES WALKER 
PENNINGTON, BENNY R. 
PENNINGTON, CLAUDE EUGENE 
PIPPIN, CHAS. AUGUSTUS 
PORTER, ELLIOTT LAMAR 
POWELL, CHAS. HOUSTON 
POWELL, HERMAN CARL 
POWELL, RAYMOND LEWIS 
POWELL, ROBT. 
POWELL, STARLING ELDER 
POWELL, WM. LANDRUM 
POWERS, PAUL EDWARD 
PRESCOTT, RANDOLPH E. 



price, homer cleon 
murrah, theodore finley price, houston b. 
mccann, richard o. prickett, herbert sylvester 

mccoy, jack terrell purcell, geo. morris 

mccoy, roger pyle, james edward 

mccoy. willie joe quarles, chas. robert 

mcdaniel. marion francis quarles, joe earl 
Mcdonald, elvyn Joseph raburn, johnnie dillard 

radford, carl henry 
rector, chas. w. 
ready, claude earl 
reed, robt. henry 
reeder, george ed. 
reese, james edward 
reese, marion hayward 
reese, wm. talbert 
reid, chas. 



Mcdonald, Raymond b. 

McGAHEE, JAMES GARY 
McGAHEE .ROBERT GARY 
McGRAW, GEO. W. C. 
McKENNEY, WALTER RAN 
NELSON, JACK WM. 
NELSON, WM. BRICE 
NEWMAN, WM. HAROLD 
NORTON, O. DELL 



RENNISON, THOMAS H. 
RHENEY, ERNEST THOMAS 
RHODES, ARTHUR LINSEY 
RICH, LOUIS 

RICKERSON, CARL VINSON 
RICKERSON, THOS. ALLEN 
RIDDLE, GENE W. 
RIESER, ALBERT 
RIVERS, HAROLD EDWARD 
ROBERTS, MELVIN BAXLEY 
ROBERTS, THOS. E. 
ROBERTSON, ALVIN GENE 



TARVER, LeROY JEROME 
THIGPEN, FLOYD BENNETT 
THOMAS, GEO. WARREN 
THOMAS, PERRY LEE 
THOMAS, THURSTON ARTHUR 
THOMPSON, ROBERT OVINE 
THOMPSON, WM. WARREN 
TIMMERMAN, HOWARD BROOKS 
TOMPKINS, STEPHEN MALONE 
TURNER, JACKSON TRY ICE 
TURNER, MARION EDWARD 
VERDERY, ALBERT B. 



ROBERTSON, ANDREW EVERETT WALKER, EARL 



ROBERTSON. MARTIN LEVI 

ROSE, WALTER HENRY 

ROUSE, ROBT. 

ROWE, MARION ROBT. 

RUFO, RAYMOND 

RUTHERFORD, GEO. KELLY 

SAMMONS, JACK 

SANDERS. FRANKLIN BRYSON 

SAXON, HOWELL WADE 

SCOGGINS, PRESTON LAYTON 

SCOTT. ROBERT MORRIS 

SHARPE, ROBERT 

SHEAD, KENNETH WM. 

SHEELEY, HOWARD EARL 

SIMON, PAUL SAMUEL 

SMITH, HAROLD STARR 

SMITH, JAMES WM 

SMITH, MARION SYLVESTER 

SMITH, ROBERT L. 

SMITH, WM. THEODORE 

SOUTHALL, ROBERT CLAYTON 

SPEARS, PERCY MYNOR 
STEVENS, LEON 

STEWART, JAMES NEWTON 
STEWART, JOSEPH DUDLEY 
STEWART. PAUL E. 
STILL, ROY MONROE 
STIREWALT, HARVEY LEE 
STREETER, GEO. HORNE 
SUGGS, EUGENE CECIL 
SULLIVAN, BERT FINCHER 
SULLIVAN, JOE HURBY 
SUMNER, GEO. THERON 
SWANSON, JOHN ORAN 
SWEAT, CARL CLINTON 
SWINDLER, THOMAS W. 
TALLEY, JOSEPH LeCONTE 



WALKER, LAWENCE B. 
WALKER, ROBERT E. 
WALL, THOS. CANNON 
WALLACE. RICHARD CURTIS 
WALLIS, JAMES EDWIN 
WARNER. MICHAEL 
WATKINS. ARTHUR DONALD 
WEATHERS. CLIFFORD THURSTON 
WEATHERS, RICHARD C. 
WEA1HERSBEE, THEODORE K. 
WELCH, DONALD JNO. 
WELLS, J. J. 
WHEATLEY, THOS. W. 
WILLIAMS, EDWARD A. 
WILLIAMS, EUGENE 
WILLIAMS. GEO. EDWARD 
WILLIAMS, HERBERT DONALD 
WILLIAMS, RICHARD W. 
WILLIAMS, THOS. StCLAIR 
WILLIS. JOSEPH TWIGGS 
WILLIS, RUSSELL C 
WINGROVE, W. L. 
WISE, EARL CALVAN 
WISE, RANDOLPH 
WOMACK, JACK LEMON 
WONG, JACK 
WONG, LARRY 
WONG, QUONG 
WONG, RALPH 
WOODWARD. ERNEST LEE 
WOODWARD. WM. R ALPH 
WREN. JOHN W. 
WRIGHT, CHARLIE M. 
WRIGHT, GEO. CLIFTON 
YOUNG, CHARLES WALTER 
YOUNG, EDWARD LEE 
YOUNG, KENNETH MAYNARD 
YOUNG, ROBERT WARREN 



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THE MUSKETEERS 



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WILLIAM A. SACRE 

Colonel 



MISS BETTY GILLILAND 

Regimental Sponsor 



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LEONARD F. VERDERY 

Lt. Col. 



MISS BLANCHE HARRISON 

Sponsor 









GEORGE P. HARTH 

Captain 



MISS BARBARA COVAR 

Sponsor 



OSCAR A. RICHARDSON 

Captain 



MISS DOROTHY MEYERS 

Sponsor 



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Left to Right: RICHARDSON, MUNS, HARTH, VERDERY, SACRE 



PERSONNEL 



COLONEL WILLIAM A. SACRE Regimental Commander 

LT. COL. LEONARD F. VERDERY Regimental Executive 

CAPTAIN GEORGE P. HARTH Regimental Adjutant 

CAPTAIN OSCAR A. RICHARDSON Supply Officer 

1st LT. JOHN L. PADGETT Personnel Officer 

M/SGT. IRA T. TOWNER Regt. Sgt. Major 

S/SGT. CLARENCE S. MUNS , Asst. Sgt. Major 

M/SGT. WILLIAM B. KENNEDY Regt. Supply Sgt. 




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SGT. STOREY 




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SGT. TULLY 




MAJOR MILLS, CAC 



MAJ. HENRY P. MILLS — Mexican Border 1916 — Reserve Commission at L.S.U. — France 1918 — 18 yrs. inactive status, 
taught school— Recalled 1937— Asst. PMS&T, Ala. PMS&T A.R.C. 

M/SGT. ROBERT L. STOREY— Enlisted 1936— 14th Inf. Canal Zone— Assigned A.R.C. 1941-1943— Daniel Field 1944— 
Graduated OCS 1945— Discharged Jan. '46— Reenlisted for ROTC. 

S SGT. CHARLEY W. TULLY — Began career 1940 — Stationed Forts Benning and Sill among other posts — Has been in 
78th, 28th, and 31st Divisions — Went to New Guinea with 31st — Engaged in battle on Morotai 1944 — Returned as a casualty 
— hospitalized at Oliver General — Reenlisted for ROTC duty. 







STUDENTS RECEIVING M. S. & T. AWARDS 



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SAMUEL D. I'oRTSON 
1st Lt. 



JAMES E. DRANE 
Lt. Cot 



15 Willi 

JAMES E. DRANE, Lt. Col. 

MISS NANCY EWING, Sponsor 

JOSEPH E. FAULKNER, Major 

MISS NANCY WILLIAMS, Sponsor 

SAMUEL D. FORTSON, 1st. Lt. 




MISS NANCY EWING 
Sponsor 



JOSEPH E. FAULKNER 

Major 





MISS NANCY WILLIAMS 
Sponsor 



Left to Right: CAMP, FORTSON, FAULKNER 






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JESSE R. VEAL 
Captain 




MISS JEAN GREAR 
Sponsor 



FLETCHER F. RUSH 
1st Lt. 



CHARLES P. OWEN'S 
2nd Lt. 



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JESSE R. VEAL, Captain 



MISS JEAN GREAR, Sponsor 



FLETCHER F. RUSH. 1st. Lt. 



CHARLES P. OWENS, 2nd. Lt. 







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PERSONNEL 



ISAAC S. CAMP. Captain 



MISS SHIRLEY RAGSDALE, Sponsor 



BARNEY B. WHITAKER, 1st. Lt. 



EDWIN M. MAY, 2nd. Lt. 




ISAAC S. CAMP 

Captain 




BARNEY B. 

WHITAKER 

1st Lt. 



EDWIN M. MAY 
2nd Lt. 



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MISS LULYANNE 
SEIGLER 
Sponsor 



WILBUR D. JONES 

1st. Lt. 



ELMER L. PERRY 

Captain 




JOHN L. CHILDRESS 
2nd Lt. 



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C" COMPANY 



ELMER L. PERRY, Captain 

MISS LULYANNE SEIGLER, Sponsor 

WILBUR D. JONES, 1st. Lt. 

JOHN L. CHILDRESS, 2nd. Lt. 







1st. BATTALION COMPANY FORMATIONS 




'A" CO. AT COMPANY MASS— COMMANDED BY CAPT. VEAL 




CAPT. CAMPS "B" CO. AT MASS FORMATION 







"C" CO. COMMANDED BY CAPT. PERRY IN MASS FORMATION 



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MRS. LESTER, CAPT. JACK BANKS, MISS SARAH JANE FARLOW 



The Richard B. Sheridan Sabre is an award made annually by the Reserve Officers Association. The award is made 
in memory of Richard Sheridan who was an honor student of the Richmond Academy and Junior College, and who 
lost his life on the football field at Yale. 

The cherished Sabre is awarded to the cadet, who in the opinion of the Military and Academic committees ap- 
proaches closest the noble figure of Richard B. Sheridan. Therefore, the student must excel in all phases of his 
school life and relationships. 

The winner of the Sabre must be popular, clean, and an unaffected gentleman. He must have a high quality of 
academic work, be a good athlete, an outstanding cadet, and show in his conduct the virtues of honesty, sincerity 
and courage. And the winner of this Sabre must show that same spirit of aggressiveness which Richard B. Sheri- 
dian displayed as he plunged for the goal on the football field that fateful afternoon — only to be met by the un- 
conquerable foe of all brave men — death. 



The winners of the award in the past are: 

1933 Frank Burnley 

1934 Jackie Stephens 

1935 Dorroh Nowell 

1936 Alex Doremus 

1937 Harry Mobley 

1938 John Hains 



1939 Jones Epps 

1940 Alfred Battey 

1941 Walter Reiser 

1942 Harold Engler 

1943 Shealy Reiser 

1944 William Reiser 



1945 Jack Banks 



2nd. 
BATTALION 






ADRIAN COHEN 
1st Lt. 



CLARENCE R. SAVAGE 
Lt. Col 



PERSOWEL 



CLARENCE R. SAVAGE, Lt. Col. 

MISS ANN FUSSELL, Sponsor 

WILLIAM E. HARRIS, Major 

MISS MARY GEORGIA ROUNDTREE, Sponsor 

ADRIAN COHEN, 1st. Lt. 



MISS ANN FUSSELL 
Sponsor 





WILLIAM E. HARRIS 
Major 



MISS MARY GEORGIA 

ROUNDTREE 

Sponsor 



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Left to Right: Harris, Cohen, Savage 






T COMPANY 




SAMUEL B. FOX 
Captain 



MISS BETTY SACRE 
Sponsor 




IVAN PARKER II 
1st Lt. 



WILLIAM R. 

RICHARDSON 

2nd Lt. 



SAMUEL B. FOX, Captain 

MISS BETTY SACRE, Sponsor 

IVAN PARKER II. 1st. Lt. 

WILLIAM R. RICHARDSON. 2nd. Lt. 




T COMPANY 



PERSO.WEL 



CHARLES B. WHITNEY, Captain 

MISS ISABELLE ROBERTSON. Sponsor 

GEORGE E. PERKINS. 1st. Lt. 

JULIUS T. JOHNSON. 2nd. Lt. 



CHARLES B. 
WHITNEY 

Captain 




MISS ISABELLE 

ROBERTSON 

Sponsor 






JULIUS T. 
JOHNSON 
2nd Lt. 



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LEON W. HELMLY 
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FR-WK A. YOUNG 
2nd L:. 



BOBBY O. USRY 
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PERSOWEL 



BOBBIE O. USRY", Captain 

MISS MARTHA McGOWAN, Sponsor 

LEON W. HELMLY. 1st Lt. 

FRANK A. YOUNG. 2nd. Lt. 




2nd. BATTALION COMPANY FORMATIONS 




CAPT. FOX WITH "E" CO. AT COMPANY MASS 




CAPT. WHITNEY'S "F" CO. IN MASS FORMATION 




"G" CO. AT COMPANY MASS COMMANDED BY CAPT. USRY 



Sawie Gluh 




ELMER L. PERRY 

President 



WILLIAM A. SACRE 

Vice-President 



LEONARD F. VERDERY 
Secretary 




WILLIAM E. HARRIS 

Treasurer 




BATTALION 



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JOS. W. RHINE JR. 
Major 



JOHN S. DENNY 
1st Lt. 




JOS. W. RHINE, JR., Major 

MISS ANNA OLIVE, Sponsor 

JOHN A. WHITAKER, Captain 

MISS LINDA FOSTER, Sponsor 

JOHN S. DENNY, 1st. Lt. 



MISS ANNA OLIVE 
Sponsor 



JOHN A. WHITAKER 
Captain 





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MISS LINDA FOSTER 

Sponsor 



Left to Right: SCROGGS, BOYD, FAULK 



WILLIAM C. BROWN 

1st Lt. 



MARVIN J. COBURN 
2nd Lt. 



WILBUR T. 

HERRINGTON 

Captain 




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PERSONNEL 



WILBUR T. HERRINGTON, Captain 

MISS HARRIET HARVELY, Sponsor 

WILLIAM C. BROWN, 1st. Lt. 

MARVIN J. COBURN, 2nd. Lt. 










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PERSOWEL 

FERNIE M. FAULK, Captain 

MISS VIRGINIA DOVER, Sponsor 

IRVIN L. LEVY, 1st. Lt. 

JACK M. KENNEDY, 2nd. Lt. 



FERNIE M. FAULK 

Captain 





MISS VIRGINIA 
DOVER 

Sponsor 




IRVIN L. LEVY 
1st. Lt. 



JACK M. KENNEDY 
2nd Lt. 



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JOHN W. SCROGGS 
Captain 






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Sponsor 






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RICHARD W. BOYD 
1st Lt. 






BELAH A. 

CULPEPPER 

2nd Lt. 



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JOHN W. SCROGGS, Captain 

MISS JOYCE JAMES. Sponsor 

RICHARD W. BOYD,. 1st. Lt. 

BELAH A. CULPEPPER. 2nd. Lt. 




T COMPANY 



PERSONEE 



KENDRICK M. MONK, Captain 

MISS LOUISE BRITTINGHAM, Sponsor 

BIRNET L. JOHNSON, 1st. Lt. 

HAMILTON B. MUNDY, 2nd. Lt. 




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KENDRICK M. MONK 
Captain 




MISS LOUISE 

BRITTINGHAM 

Sponsor 




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JOHNSON 

1st Lt. 




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2nd Lt. 



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The Scruggs Memorial Sabre is awarded annually by Prof. C. A. Scruggs in 
memory of his son, J. Bland Scruggs, who was an outstanding student in theAcad- 
uny of Richmond County at the time of his untimely passing 

This Sabre is awarded each year to that member of the Senior Class of the Acad- 
emy of Richmond County who in the judgment of the Honors Committee most 
nearly approaches the stature of J. Bland Scruggs in high scholarship, military 
bearing, and efficiency and in extra-curricular activities. Every department of stu- 
dent life is considered in this award, and most important is the fact that the cadet 
vvho receives this award must be of absolutely unimpeachable character. 

The previous winners of this award have been as follows: 



William Reiser, 
John Cochrane, 
Bobby Usry, 



1943 
1944 
1945 





Left to Right: 
SCRUGGS, USRY, McGOWAN 



Left to Right: 
SCRUGGS, REISER 




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^Uz Band 










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The band got off to a swell beginning this year and has shown a great 
amount of improvement under its new leader, Mr. George Bennett. 




NICKLES R. BEACHAM 




"RICHMOND" 



Rifle 1i 



earn 



HEARST TROPHY TEAM 




WHITNEY 



USRY 



The Rifle Team this year has been under the very able direction of S/Sgt. Charley W. Tully, a combat in- 
fantryman. The team exhibited the results of their fine coaching when they beat Benedictine 1175 to 1096 at 
The Academy Range. Soon after this victory, the Cadets traveled to Savannah where they again beat Bene- 
dictine. This time the score was A.R.C. 1186 and Benedictine 1 151. While in the city of Savannah, The Mus- 
keteer Team also fired against Savannah High. There was a norrow margin in the score with the Richmond 
Team losing. Savannah scored 1195 to Richmond's 1 177. The Rifle Team this year also fired in The Fourth 
Service Command Match, The William Randolph Hearst Match, and The Intercollegiate Match. William H. 
Lewis was top man this year. Barry Whitney was Captain of the Team. 




THE TEAM LISTED IN FIRING ORDER. WM. H. LEWIS, BARRY WHITNEY, WM. SHIPMAN, 
BOBBIE USRY, TOM HAGLER, CLARENCE SAVAGE, BOBBIE MULLIGAN, ADRIAN COHEN, BOB- 
BIE ANSLEY, JAMES McARTHUR, PAUL SMITH, ERNEST PUND, BILLY KENNEDY, WM. H. 
FLEMING, AND CARTER B. HAGLER. 




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ROY E. ROLLINS 

Head Football Coach 



QootbaU 






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R. BERNIE WARD 
Bachfield Coach 



LEE MADEN 
Athletic Director 



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PUG SCHNEIDER 
Assistant Coach 




JOHN CHILDRESS^End 

Co-Captain 

Most Valuable Player '45 

All G.I.A.A. Second Team '45 

Georgia All-Star Team '45 



CHARLIE PENN— End 
Co-Captain 






IVAN PARKER— Halfback 
All G.I.A.A. Second Team ...45 



Richmond's football season this year was better than ex- 
pected, vyith six wins, three defeats, and three ties. Al- 
though with injuries and loss of players, the Musketeers, 
under the watchful eye of Roy Rollins, head coach re- 
turned from the Army, and Bernie Ward, developed 
into a first class machine which deserved full appraisal. 

A. R. C. 6 — Glynn Academy 

On a wet rainy September 14, the Musketeers defeated 
a big Glynn Academy eleven by a score of 6-0. Rich- 
mond's lone score came shortly after the start of the 
game with John Adams going over. Adams' attempt for 
the extra point failed. Both teams drew heavy penalties 
for unnecessary roughness, and fumbled the slippery ball 
several times. Charlie Penn, Harry Kitchens, John Flem- 
ing, and John Adams played the entire game. 

A. R. C. 24— Catholic High 

The following week, the Cadet's "T" ran wild, racking 
up four T. D.'s against our Irish rival from the East 
Side. The Musketeers took over from the start with 
Adams trotting over for the tally. After the next kickoff. 
B.C.H.S. gained yardage with passes and quarterback 
sneaks, but to no avail. Dunaway pulled down one of 




JOHN ADAMS 



HALE BARRETT 



BILLY BEALE 



BARRY BLEMKER RALPH BOERCKEL TOLLY BRINKLEY 










BOTTOM ROW: COLLIE, MARKS, CHILDRESS, KITCHENS, FLEMING, LANGLEY, HODO, GRAHAM, PENN, 
PARKER, ADAMS. . . . SECOND ROW: BOERCKEL, PYLE, BARRETT, JORDAN, BRINKLEY, WEEKS, LICHEN- 
STEIN, LEE, THOMPSON, EGBERT, GREEN. . . . THIRD ROW: CROFT, ANDERSON, BLEMKER, HAMMACK, 
WHEATLEY, YARBOROUGH, RABUN, SIZEMORE, WISE, PETERSON, WHEELER. . . . FOURTH ROW: STEWART, 
DUNAWAY, CULPEPPER, CROUCH, BE ALE, COURSEY, McCANN, NOLAND, PERRY, MURPHY, DAVIS. 

their passes to start the Richmond machine rolling again. 
Parker took the ball on the enemy 17 and was over to 
rack up six more points. Two more T.D's were made by 
Richmond in the last half with Jordan and Adams do- 
ing the toting. 

A. R. C. 0— Tech High 39 

Disaster! The Tech High Smithies scored almost at will 
against the hard-fighting but outclassed Musketeers. 
Only Jordan's kicking showed up well for the Cadets, 
with his getting off several sixty or seventy yard punts. 
Tech-Hi used three strings to crush Richmond. 

A. R. C. 13— Jordan 38 

The next week the Cadets were again soundly beaten by 
the Jordan Red Imps. The boys from Columbus scored 
in every quarter. The Cadets finally came back with a 
fast scoring attack just before the half. The rest of the 
game was featured with plenty of quick kicks and one 
more A.R.C. score. 




JOHN 
CHILDRESS 



LAMAR 
COLLIE 



NICK 
CULPEPPER 



GENE 
DAVIS 



BOBBY 
DEVANEY 



BILLY 
DUNAWAY 




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THANKSGIVING LINE-UP 



A. R. C. 13— Columbus 13 

The Musketeers moved down into Columbus territory 
on October 19th to engage the Red Devil team. The 
Cadets outfought and outplayed their enemies through- 
out the game. The game was highlighted by Ivan Par- 
ker's 78 yard run. Columbus' Magoni crossed the Rich- 
mond line twice for their tallies. Charlie Penn accounted 
for the other Richmond score with a pass from John 
Fleming. 




Managers: 
TOMMY CROFT 



. WARREN STEWART 



A. R. C. 19— Athens 7 

With five members of the first string out, A.R.C. downed 
a powerful Maroon and White team. In the first quarter 
Athens scored with large gains through center. Shortly 
afterwards Childress recovered a fumble and DeVaney 
took the opportunity to score on the following play. In 
the second cjuarter it was DeVaney and Childress again. 
with the latter taking a pass and scrambling for 34 yards 
and a T.D. Late in the third quarter Parker broke loose 
for the final score. 

A. R. C. 6— Lanier 44 

The Macon Poets came here to pay us a visit which 
ended in terms of not-so-poetical language. Rated by 
everyone as defeated before started, the Cadets did play 
a fair game of ball. Billy Henderson ran wild at the 
Musketeer's expense. It was not until the third period 
that "Scatback" Parker carried the pigskin for the lone 




JACK 
EGBERT 



JOHN 

FLEMING 




BOBBY 
GRAHAM 



JOHNNY 
GREENE 



IRVIN 
HIGHTOWER 



VERN 
HODO 



J. D. 
JORDAN 



HARRY 
KITCHENS 




and gained 14 first downs to 6 for the Irish. Fleming 
tossed passes throughout the game to both ends. De- 
Vaney, Parker, and Weeks took turns in hammering the 
Irish flanks and secondary. 

This game completed a season which promised to be 
dark for the Cadets but turned out very satisfactorily. 
The team as a whole and almost every player as a part 
improved steadily throughout the season. 



CADETS -IN ACTION 



tally. Most of the game saw a fanatical defense trying 
to stop a never ending onslaught. 

A. R. C. 25— Marist 13 

The Musketeers jumped into the "win" column when 
they trounced the Blue Jackets from Atlanta. On a pass 
from Fleming, Penn secured the first score of the fray. 
The Cadets came out at the half with more pep. Flem- 
ing, Beale,' and Parker furnished the other scores. 

A. R. C. 6 — Savannah 6 

This was quite a disheartening game for the greatly im- 
proved Musketeers. The only score for Richmond came 
in the first quarter when Fleming scored standing up on 
a 57 yard run. The Bluejackets score came later, when 
they took over the ball after Jordan's kick. Vern Hodo's 
tackling was a highlight of the game. 

A. R. C. 31— Riverside 

On a freezing cold Turkey day the Purple and Gold 
football machine trampled Riverside's "River-rats." No 
one Richmond player could be separately praised, as the 
entire team functioned beautifully. 

A. R. C. 28— Catholic Hieh 

Playing in a post-season game, the Richmond Muske- 
teers downed a light Shamrock eleven. The rugged Ca- 
dets outpointed their opponents in every department. 
Richmond completed 13 out of 15 passes attempted, 




CENSORED 




DERWENT 
LANGLEY 



MEYER 
LICHENSTEIN 



PIERCE 
MARKS 



SNAG 

McCANN 



SKIP 
MOODY 



TOMMY 
MURPHY 







ACTION IN RIVERSIDE GAME 




TENSE MOMENTS 



ELKS' BANQUET 




GUS 
NOLAND 



IVAN 
PARKER 



CHARLIE 
PENN 



P. G. 

PERRY 



PAUL 
PETERSON 



ROBERT 
RABUN 




MUTT 
SIZEMORE 



HARRY 
STATHOS 



WILLARD 
WEEKS 



OLLIE 
WHEELER 



SONNY 
WISE 



JIMMY 
YARBOROUGH 



The "B" squad started the season on September the by journeying across the river to meet North Augusta, 
where they came out on the loose end of a 36-6 score. The next week the team went down again before the Gran- 
iteville attack, 28-0. On November 11th, back on home soil, they lost a tight game to Waynesboro, 7-6. Langley- 
Bath was the next to invade Augusta winning a 34-6 victory, which left the team "tired" of losing. 

On October 25th a "B" team, with renewed vigor, trounced Edgefield 19-0, with Rice, Cockerel, and Hixon 
scoring. The next week was disappointing with a 26-0 defeat from Allendale. Coming back to avenge the first 7-6 
defeat from Waynesboro, the Junior Cadets journeyed deep into the woods again, this time with Henderson and 
Hixon sparking the team. The A.R.C. "B" team rolled over the '"Purples" 27-6 to end the season with two victories 
and five losses. 

The standouts for the past season for the "Bees" were Boerckel, Kirkland, Hixon, Woodward. Steward, Rice, 
Mills, and Walker. There will probably be a larger number of "B" team cadets graduating to the "A" team this 
year than in any other of the past three years. 



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COACH J. J. NIXON 




TEAM: MARION RICE, EARL WALKER, OSCAR WALKER, J. A. HENSLEY, HAL CROMER, JACK HIXON, W. N. 
WOODWARD, J. B. WHITTLE, V. A. OGLETREE, T. R. KIRKLAND, R. A. BOERCKEL, JOE MILLER, R. W. WIL- 
LIAMS, C. R. WALKER, B. MITCHELL, JOE MURRAH, W. R. OWENS, F. W. CHANCE, R. MILLS, B. M. DAVIDSON, 
R. C. SPIVEY, W. O. WILLIAMS, P. E. STEWART, A. RHODES, ELROY CHANCE, R. WOODWARD. 




COACH "SULLY" 




CAPTAIN BOBBY DEVANEY 
All G.I. A. A. Forward 



Academy f&alJzethcdl 







TOP ROW: FLEMMING, DUNAWAY, CAMP, GREENE, CROUCH, WHEELER. 
BOTTOM ROW: RICHARDSON, DEVANEY, BLEMKER, TALLENT, CLAYTON 




The Richmond Cage team this year was composed of good material. A team with 
hard luck and very few breaks, the Musketeers completed a schedule of hard-fought 
games against G.I. A. A. competition this season. Usually out-scored and always 
meeting taller teams, the Richmond five never gave up in any game. 

The team was ably coached by Wendell Sullivan, who had been in the Navy for 
four years. 

The mainstay of the Cadets was their captain and third-year man, Bobby DeVaney. 
DeVaney had the upper hand in every Richmond victory, compiling an average 
close to 17 points a game. His 28 points against Benedictine set a new G.I.A.A. 
record. 

Other Richmond high scorers were: Blemker, Clayton, Richardson, Wheeler, and 
Fleming. 



BILLY RICHARDSON 
Forward 



BARRY BLEMKER 
Center 



LESTER CROUCH 
Guard 






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JOHN FLEMING 
Forward 



OLLIE WHEELER 
Guard 



BILLY DUNAWAY 
Forward 



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A. 



I. A. A. 
R. C. 



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40- 



SCHEDULE: 



-Greenwood 40 (n'on G.I. A. A.) 
-Savannah 54 



40 — Benedictine 55 

32 — Savannah 38 

61 — Benedictine 42 

40— Columbus 41 

38 — Jordan 66 

37 — Lanier 53 

25 — Greenwood 30 (non G.I. A. A.) 

52 — Lanier 65 

48— North Fulton 34 

44 — Savannah 52 



SEWELL CAMP 
Guard 



BILL TALLENT 

Guard 



TOM CLAYTON 
Guard 






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Schedule 

B-V vs. Catholic Hia;h — Lost 

B-V vs. A. Z. A.— Won 

B-V vs. North Augusta — Lost 

B-V vs. Y Juniors — Lost 

B-V vs. Central Christian — Lost 

B-V vs. Catholic High — Lost 

B-V vs. A. Z. A.— Won 

B-V vs. Ramblers — Lost 

B-V vs. Central Christian — Lost 

B-V vs. North Augusta — Lost 

B-V vs. Catholic High — Lost 

B-V vs. A. Z. A.— Won 

B-V vs. Y Ramblers — Lost 

B-Y vs. Central Christian — Lost 

B-V vs. North Augusta — Lost 






The B- Varsity quintet was beset with a rather hard season this year. With only one 
returnee from last year's team, and the rest all newcomers to basketball, Coach 
Nixon worked with these '"rookies" and developed a team that ought to provide 







Top Row: COACH NIXON, HUTTO, NIXON, GALLOWAY, PERRY, RAINES. 

Bottom Row: ODAXIEL, KIRKLAXD (CAPTAIX), MAXWELL, SEIFFERT, WILLIAMS, REESE. 



j. G. A. Qinll' liaihdLaU 




Top Row: HODGES, KNUCK, P., GRAMMER, POP KIN. 
Bottom Row: JOE, KNUCK, B., LOO, WALTERS. 



Regardless of its many defeats, the J. C. A. Girls' 
Basketball Team of 1946 displayed much determination 
and much improvement as the season advanced. Due to 
the scarcity of J. C. A. players, the first scheduled game 
of the season with the Arsensal was forfeited. 

After being well-organized, however, the J. C. A. 
squad made a grand opening against the powerful 
WAG team of Camp Gordon, with Annette Popkin, 
forward, scoring the most points for J. C. A. 

This unfortunate set-back seemed to steady the team 
and to make it more determined than ever; for, in its 
next appearance with Tubman, the game was tied until 
the last two minutes when Tubman scored two extra 
points. 

The college group fought courageously in the next 
four games, but were unable to match the speed and 
precision of their superior opponents. 

On account of the opponent's lack of players, the last 
scheduled game of the season with the Sandwich Shop 
was forfeited to J. C. A. 

Each member of the J. C. A. team deserves especial 
credit for her conscientious effort to make this bas- 
ketball team a success. 



GAMES 



J. C. A. . . 25 

J. C. A. . . 17 

J. C. A. . . 11 

[. C. A. . . 10 

J. C. A. . . 10 

J. C. A. . . 26 



WAC . 

Tubman 
Telephone 
Nurses . 
Sanford's 
V. F. W. 



44 
19 
33 
23 
24 
45 




POPKIN AND HODGES 









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COACH ROLLINS 

Under the guiding hand of Roy Rollins, the Junior 
College basketball squad chalked up an impressive list 
of victories, both in city competition and in state com- 
petition. 

The Jaguars looked gloomy at the beginning of their 
season, but because of the return of two lanky veterans, 
they developed into an unbeatable aggregation. 

The J. C. A. cagers won six non-conference games and 

lost two, one of them being the semi-finals in the 
Georgia junior college championship. 

A successful team throughout the season. Junior Col- 
lege was led by such scorers as Yeal, Short, Cohen. 
Harris, and McAbee. 





CAPTAIN RALPH VEAL 
Center 




ADAM ANDREWS 
Guard 



SHELDON COHEN 
Guard 



BILL SHORT 
Guard 




SCHEDULE--- CITI LEAGUE 



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Rhodes 


Furniture . 


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Station 


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Sanford 




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BILL HARRIS 

Forward 



KENDRICK MONK 
Forward 




Top Row: HARRIS, ANDREWS, VEAL, SPROUSE, SHORT, COHEN. 
Bottom Row: PERRY, AUSTIN, HODGENS, THOMAS, SPEARS, MONK. 



a. /?. e. Qoii 



The Richmond Academy golf team is beginning a 
fine season of hitting the little white ball around the 
seemingly never-ending Country Club golf course. 

So far this season the team has chalked up a record 
of four wins and two losses. 

The team consists of Barry Blemker, George Maxwell, 
Billy Phinizy, and Walker Inman, with Billy Parsons 
as alternate man for the squad. 

The boys under guidance of Coach Wendell Sullivan. 
have in store for them this season an outstanding array 
of matches and trips. 



SCHEDULE 

ARC — 8 Savannah — 3 in Augusta 
ARC — 5^2 Savannah — 12J/2 in Savannah 
ARC — 11 Athens — 7 in Augusta 
ARC vs. Chattanooga in Chattanooga 
ARC vs. Columbus in Columbus 
ARC vs. Athens in Athens 
G.I. A. A. tournament in Athens 








BILLY PHINIZY 



Left to Right: 

BLEMKER, PHINIZY, MAXWELL, INMAN 




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GEORGE MAXWELL 




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BARRY BLEMKER 

Captain 






A. R. G. ^etuuA, 




SIHEDILE: 



Savannah 
Charleston 
G. M. A. 
Dreher 

Catholic High 
Junior College 



Top Row: CAPERS, BLEMKER, WILLIAMSON. 
Bottom Row: HAGLER, RICHARDSON, O'CONNOR. 



NORTH WILLIAMSON 



BILLY RICHARDSON 
Captain 





This year's tennis team finds the return of four vet- 
erans of last year's team. The team has progressed 
fairly well in spite of the fact that they have been 
without a coach thus far. The team this year is a team 
of equally matched boys, and will most likely come near 
the top at the end of the season. 



& 




FRANK O'CONNOR 



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Front Row: DOT MORRIS, BARBARA COVAR, BETTY GILLILAND, CONNIE KING. 
Back Row: FRANK O'CONNOR, IRVIN PUND, JACK SHERMAN, E. L. PERRY. 

— GUeesileadeAA — 



The cheerleaders this year 
should be highly rewarded for 
their excellent leadership in 
school spirit at the football 
games. We certainly know that 
through their hard work the 
team and the entire school prof- 
ited by their cheering. The 
cheerleaders this year added a 
number of new cheers which 
were accepted enthusiastically. 
From a group of sixteen the 
following eight cheerleaders 
were selected by the uppci 
classes: Irvin Pund head cheer- 
leader, Frank O'Connor, E. L. 
Perry, Jack Sherman, Connie 
King, Betty Gilliland, Dot Mor- 
ris, and Barbara Covar. We are 
very grateful to each one of you 
for the swell job you did this 
year. We cannot forget the en- 
joyment we got out of your 
cheering and your antics. 




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WILLIAMS 



Editors-in-Chief . MARY CHASE VON SPRECKEN 
BILLY RICHARDSON 

Associate Editors . . SHIRLEY WILENSKY 
ANNA OLIVE 
CHARLES HOOVER 

Literary Editors . . . EDWIN MAY 

JEANETTE BUSH 
FRANK SPROUSE 
ADRIAN COHEN 

Activities EMILY WEBB 

JAMES KEMP 
LEONARD VERDERY 
SEWELL CAMP 
GARY CLARK 

Military Editor . . . BILL SACRE 

Arts Editors .... MARGIE WREN 

NANCY WILLIAMS 
ANNE FARRIBA 
BOBBY FOLDS 
MARY ALICE COOPER 

Athletics BETTY MIDDLETON 

HALE BARRETT 
JOHN SCROGGS 
FRANK O'CONNOR 

Pictures JACKIE HODGES 

WRAY FARLOW 
CHARLES OWEN 
FLETCHER RUSH 
JOE THOMAS 






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MERRITT 



PEEBLES 



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READ 



SMITH 



DERRICK 




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Business Managers Mary Merritt 

Hall Peebles 

Assistant Jack Sherman 

Carter Hagler 

Advertising Managers Irvin Pund 

Willis Miller 



Assistants . . . . 
Circulation Managers 
Assistants . . . . 



Harold Hodgens 
Joe Thomas 
Sheldon Cohen 
Bill Herndon 
Martha Rheney 
Bebe Wheeler 



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SHELDON COHEN 



EVA SUE JOHNSON 



PHI THETA KAPPA 

The Phi Theta Kappa Society is com- 
posed of students who have an average 
of 89% or above for the first three se- 
mesters of work. The purpose of this or- 
ganization is to promote scholarship, to 
develop character, and to cultivate fel- 
lowship among the students of the Junior 
College of the United States. 








MIRIAM PATERSON 
MARY CHASE VON SPRECKEN 




GEORGIA JOHNSON 

MILDRED WRIGHT 

VIRGINIA MAY 




CORDLE, DERRICK, HAINS, HARDY, MARKERT, 
REED, SCRUGGS, TALLEY, GALLOWAY— not present 



^niGsufle Gluh 




RALPH VEAL 

Sec. 



EDWIN MAY 
Treas. 



The Triangle Club has been the outstanding club this year in the matter of 
school spirit. They have engaged in decorating the football stadium, giving the 
only student dance of the year, and bringing 12 ministers to Chapel. The Mighty 
Triangle, as the club was affectionately called, also gave a Hayride. a "Going 
Away Party," and a party at Kathwood Lake embracing a dance, picnic, and 
moonlight boat rides. The Club had several interesting programs during the year 
and even began publishing a newspaper, THE TALKING TRIANGLE, which 
was well received by the student body. The initiations were funnier than ever and 
The Triangle Bovs were really sights in their rat caps. The motto for the vear was 
VIVA LA TRIANGLE! 




BILL HARRIS, Pres. 

LEONARD VERDERY, 
V. Pres. 

RALPH VEAL, Sec. 

EDWIN MAY, Treas. 

BILL SACRE, Chap. 

J. W. RHINE, Sgt. at Arms 

PETE DRANE 

E. L. PERRY 

JOE FAULKNER 

FLETCHER RUSH 

GEORGE HARTH 

GEORGE PERKINS 

CLARENCE SAVAGE 

CHARLES BROWN 

JOHN WHITAKER 

JACK SHERMAN 

IRVIN PUND 

SAM FOX 

sidney foster 
edward pippin 
john scroggs 
dave Mcdowell 



II 



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iimnes 



John Childress 
Lamar Collie 
Bobby Collins 
Jack Egbert 
Bobby Graham 
Weldon Hair 
Bert Harbin 
Richard Hargrove 
Bill Herndon 
Henry Holmes 
Meyer Lichenstein 
Skippy Moody 
Gus Xoland 
Charles Owens 
Ivan Parker 
A. G. Pern- 
Robert Rabun 
Warren Stuart 
Wfllard Weeks 
Mac Wheatley 
Jimmy Yarborough 




The Academy Hi-Y. with the purpose of creating, maintaining and extending throughout the school and com- 
munity high standards of Christian character, has risen through its service to become one of the finest clubs in the 
school. Sponsoring religious and civic projects, holding various types of programs and occasional parties were some of 
the activities of the Academ\ Hi-Y. 




JOHN CHILDRESS 



WILLARD WEEKS 



CHARLES OWENS 



IVAN PARKER 



*1b& RicUmostd ^i-ty 





SEWELL CAMP 
President 



The Richmond Hi-Y stands for clean speech, clean 
sports, clean scholarship, and clean living. The members 
of this club try to live up to these standards. The Hi-Y 
sponsors many school and community projects. In the 
Georgia Youth Assembly, Pres. O'Connor and his dele- 
gation introduced the only bill that was unanimously 
passed. Every six weeks the Hi-Y enjoys some sort of a 
social. 



FRANK O'CONNOR 

Vice-President 



BUDDY MARTIN 
Treasurer 



BILLY RICHARDSON 

Secretary 




MEMBERS 

TONY ALLEN 
HALE BARRETT 
BARRY BLEMKER 
MARVIN CARPENTER 
BUD CARTER 
TOM CLAYTON 
JOHN COLEMAN 
WRAY FARLOW 
DABNEY GRAYBILL 
BILLY HAGLER 
TOM HAGLER 
MARION LARISCY 
CARTER HAGLER 
GEORGE MAXWELL 
WILLIS MILLER 
BOBBY MULLIGAN 
JACK NEWTON 
BILLY PHINIZY 
MILLS POWLEDGE 
ERNEST PUND 
EDGAR RICHARDSON 
PAT SMITH 
BOB TEUTON 
NICK ZERYOS 
BILLY KENNEDY 
MORRIS WARR 
BILLY FLEMING 



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SHELDON COHEN, MARTHA DRANE, SONIA GOLDBERGER, FAY GRAMMER, HAROLD HODGENS, 
JULIUS JOHNSON, BETTY LAUTHNER, ANNE MITCHELL, BAILIE MUNDY, ANNA OLIVE, J. W. 
RHINE, BILL SACRE, MIRIAM SCOTT, FRANK SPROUSE, RUTH STEVENSON, MARY CHASE VON 
SPRECKEN, EMILY WEBB, SHIRLEY WILENSKY, BEBE WHEELER, NANCY WILLIAMS, MARGIE 
WREN, MILDRED WRIGHT. 



OFFICERS 



SHELDON COHEN 
NANCY WILLIAMS 
MIRIAM SCOTT . 



. President 
Vice-President 

. Secretary-Treasurer 



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SHELDON COHEN 




NANCY WILLIAMS 




MIRIAM SCOTT 



Academy JliteJiGSui Sacietu 







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OFFICERS 



Billy Burch .... President 








BILLY BURCH 


RAY STUCKEY 


Charles Hoover . . I'iee-Pres. 


SEWELL CAMP 


LEONARD WILENSKY 


Hall Peebles .... Secretary 


E. DORSEY 


T. BARNES 


Bill Herndon . . . Treasurer 


E. A. EPSTEIN 
H. FOGEL 


JACK COOPER 
P. W. FLEMING 




DABNEY GRAYBILL 


T. Y. GIBSON 




MELVIN HARELIK 


HOWARD JOLLES 


The Academy Literary Society 


JOHN HENG 


BILL MADEN 


has had a splendid year. Under 
the supervision of Mr. C. M. Sut- 
ton many excellent activities have 
been carried out. The entertain- 


CHARLES HOOVER 
BILL HERNDON 
NORMAN MOSELEY 


NICK MAHLSTEDT 
HERBERT NACHMAN 
MILTON SATCHER 


ing and educational programs 


JOE NIXON 


RONALD GALLOWAY 


have been enjoyed by all, and the 


CHARLES OWENS 


PIERCE MARKS 


members have learned much 


HALL PEEBLES 


WRAY FARLOW 


about public speaking. Very good 


JAY SAWILOWSKY 


BILLY RICHARDSON 


training has been given in de- 
bating and Parliamentary Law. 


JACK SAWILOWSKY 


BILLY SHIPMAN 



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VERDERY 



COHEN 





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This year J. C. A.'s pre-medical society, the Rho Chi, was again 
organized to assist pre-medical students in becoming better acquainted 
with their chosen profession. 

Meetings are held on Tuesdays, the club's purpose being accom- 
plished by programs devoted to some phase of "The Medical Pro- 
fession." Mr. C. A. Scruggs is again serving in the capacity of faculty 
adviser. 



OFFICERS 



LEONARD VERDERY President 

SHELDON COHEN Vice-President 

JAMES KEMP Secretary-Treasuret 



KEMP 




SHELDON COHEN, W. T. HERRINGTON, HAROLD HOD GENS, JAMES A. KEMP, FRANK SPROUSE, LEONARD 
VERDERY, AND JOHN WHITAKER. 



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SEWELL CAMP 
FRANK CHAVEL 
FRANK COCHRANE 
WM. EUBANKS 
KENNETH FREEMAN 
BILL HERNDON 
CHARLES HOOVER 
IVAN PARKER 
HALL PEEBLES 
BILLY RICHARDSON 
L. M. WHEATLEY 
BILLY BURCH 
ADRIAN COHEN 
WILLIS MILLER 
BILLY SHIPMAN 
NORTH WILLIAM- 
SON 
GORDON WALTERS 
CARTER HAGLER 
GUS NOLAND 



Jl\I0RS 



WRAY FARLOW 
BILLY FLEMING 
MELVIN HARELIK 
E. L. HEARD 
JOHN HENG 
HOWARD JOLLES 
GEORGE MAXWELL 
JOE NIXON 
BILLY PHINIZY 
JAY SAWILOWSKY 
JACK SAWILOWSKY 
BILLY SEIFERT 
H. S. SHAPIRO 
ROBERT SILLS 
BARRY BLEMKER 
SAM COOKE 




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OFFICERS 



Charles Hoover . 
Billy Phinizy . 
Hall Peebles 
Ivan Parker . . 



President 
Vice-Pres. 
Secretary 
Treasurer 




The Beta Club is a national 
organization composed of high 
school students who have an out- 
standing scholastic average and 
upright character. To be eligible 
for election to the local chapter, 
a boy must have an average of 
at least 90% for three or more 
semesters. A high school average 
of 85% must be maintained. 

The Richmond Academy Beta 
Club has had a very active year. 
Under the excellent guidance of 
Mr. William Hardy, the faculty 
advisor, many interesting activi- 
ties have been carried out. All the 
members have enjoyed the fine 
programs which have been pre- 
sented, and several social activi- 
ties have been held. 

One of the highlights of the 
year was the State Beta Club 
Convention in Atlanta, at which 
Billy Fleming of the local chapter 
was elected state president. 



HOOVER 
PEEBLES 



PHINIZY 
PARKER 



QoU "/?" Satiety 



Founded in 1931, the Gold R Society was organ- 
ized to recognize student leadership in the various 
phases of academy life. Membership in the Gold R 
means that the student has an outstanding record 
in three of the following fields: leadership, ath- 
letics, military, and literary and arts. He must also 
have a satisfactory scholastic average. Class offi- 
cers, members of the student council, cheer lead- 
ers, active members of approved clubs — all these 
receive crdit for leadership. The literary and arts 
group includes certain other activities: for exam- 
ple, membership in the Literary Society, Musketeer 
or Rainbow 7 staff, debating team, glee club, or 
orchestra, and participating in declamation or ora- 
torical contests. Yes, members of the Gold R So- 
ciety are the best all-round students in the school. 



THIS YEARS MEMBERS: 

BILLY RICHARDSON 
BOBBY DEVANEY 
IVAN PARKER 
CHARLES OWENS 
BILLY SHIPMAN 
BILLIE BURCH 
CARTER HAGLER 
BILL HERNDON 
GEWELL CAMP 



LAST YEAR'S MEMBERS: 

SHELDON COHEN 
BILL HARRIS 
SAM FOX 
GEORGE HARTH 
JACK SHERMAN 
BOBBY USRY 










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Qllicesil 



BETTY LAUTHXER Presidt nt 



BETTY GILLILANI) 



Vice-President 



I.ALA MULHERIN Secretary 




The Zeta Rho Sigma Sorority is primarily a social organization but its members were active 
in the soliciting of War Bonds during the recent drive, and in obtaining contributions for the Red 
Cross. 

Members of the Sorority are: Betty Anderson, Betty Gilliland, Isabelle Robertson. Connie King, 
Betty Lauthner, Lala Mulherin, Nancy Ewing. New members not pictured are: Barbara Covar, Dot 
Morris, Kathryne Fiske. 




First Row: CONNIE KING, ISABELLE ROBERTSON, BETTY GILLILAND. 

Second Row: BETTY ANDERSON, NANCY EWING, LALA MULHERIN, BETTY LAUTHNER. 



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The Boys' Glee Club this year was formed under the 
direction of Nickles R. Beacham. The club had planned 
to combine with the Girls' Glee Club and give an 
operetta, but later in the year these plans were discarded 
in favor of a play, the name of which was "Hold Every- 
thing." Mr. N. L. Galloway assisted with the play, and 
Mr. George M. Bennett was musical director in the lat- 
ter part of the year. 



OFFICERS 



SAM FOX President 

GEORGE HARTH Vice-President 

BILLY JONES Secretary 

FLETCHER RUSH Librarian 




FOX 
HARTH 



JONES 
RUSH 



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Qisill Cjlee GimA 




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V. ./ 

EUBANKS 
WHEELER 



HELEN EUBANKS President 

BEBE WHEELER Vice-President 

MARTHA McGOWAN Secretary 

MARY RUPERT Librarian 



The Junior College Girls' Glee Club in cooperation 
with the Community Good Will program at the Bethle- 
hem Center sang in their pre-Christmas Concert. The 
club has also given several programs at the school, in 
addition to which they will present a play "Hold Every- 
thing." Since the combined Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs 
were not large enough to present the play, the cast was 
composed of Glee Club members and other students 
who were invited to participate. The Club appreciates 
the cooperation of these students who make the play 
possible. The Glee Club is grateful also to its adviser, 
Mr. N. L. Galloway, for directing and producing the 
play. 




McGOWAN 
RUPERT 




MARGARET ANSLEY, CORAL BANKS, MARY ALICE COOPER, MARTHA DRANE, MARION ELSEY, FAY GRAMMAR, 
BILLIE FELL, BETTY GEORGE, PHYLLIS KEENE, MARTHA McGOWAN, SARA McELHENEY, EULALIA MULHERIN, 
ANNA OLIVE, NELL PARDUE, MARY RUPERT, MARIAM SCOTT, BETTY WASHINGTON, BEBE WHEELER, IRDELL 
SCHMIDT, LULYANNE SEIGLER, AND JOYCE HALE. 



Junior College 

Report Period 

Knds Next Friday 




eei* 



Buy 

Your Share 

of 

Victory Bonds 



lame Will 



AUGUSTA. GEORGIA OCTOBER 29. 1945 



X timber 1 



Phi Theta R> 
HasF : 
AtJi 



National 
Include^ 
Lc 




gUsh As She Is Wrote" or 
m A Dull Moment" 






here are some 



lege s 

■ 

President 
■ 

I the U 

Lou 1 

Howard, 

A Collegi 

cilman, at Auburr 

■vivcrsity of 

and John Clark. 

Arrr.y Mr. C. G. Cordle last yea7 

the faculty adviser. Honorar>' 

members are C. G. Cordle. J. O. 

Derrick. E W. Hardy. A. P. Markert- 

H O. Bead. C. A Scruggs. J. L. 

and J T. Hains. 

Many of the best "minds" of the 

community have been former 

members of the Phi Theta Kappa. 

Perhaps the most outstanding one 

Lenora Virginia Brown, class 

valedictorian, wfc* * K » 

average ev 

tor College. She 

and gr 
highest average e* 
From Furman, 
rsity of T 
Fellowship, st 
graduated at t 
Lt Alexander 
captured by thf 
his way honv 
'32. has mad 
an engineer 
Southwest P 
Hoover. '36, I 
ed in Europer 
went to Vande 
Scholarship a 
Kappa in tw 
blood. Jr.. wi 
?arned Phi B 
Eugene G< 
I ersin 
>Uowshi|. 
liant record in the fiel 
ages. Walter A. Reiser 
the US- Army, studied Chi 
the University of California 
now on his way to China. 

42. entered the VS. Coast 

Training School a\ New 

I r.nectieut, and made a 

tcord as a cadet Coley Le 

went to Furman Uni- 

hc graduated Mag- 



^neral prjncip'- 

your sense ■ facts. 
j your other This fall in a high-school fresh- 
1 illustrated i man class of 31. which is consider - 
with which | ably above the average in intelli- 
tes con- £enee. 17 out of the 31 made one or 
more of the following errors in spel- 
the problem • ling the names of the parts of 
jup of high- | speech: preperzition, conduction. 
ty know howjeonjuntion. conjection, injection, 
how to] nown. verd. advective, adverd, ob- 
it is alsoi jection. prepertion, prepersetion, ad- 
lemselves, ' juction. prspsisiort. adjitive, adjuc- 
.neral pub-[tiun. 
tters to learn ' Some other choice selections from 
means, also, j the writing of this group are given 
these things' herewith for your informatzo: 
one semester. ; viu-jit-iinniei.t; ds an emplamble, 



faulty habits 

"ingrained'' 

carelessness. So 

'.e teachers who hav t - 

olem of making over these ' 

writers. 



conipl Richmund acad- 

iliped. supprise, raibits. 

amoung, beyund, 

whoes, preposinital 

phars. abouve. befour, moditifies. 

English As She Is Wrote" 



There's nothing like statistics to is quite interesting! 



Hal Flynn Heads 
Richmond Hi-Y 



Major Mills Says 
Corps Improving 



Many New Members Added 
T^ Club's Roster 



Expresses Satisfaction With 
New Schedule 






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held their 

September 

b is made 

snt body 

e meeting 

8 o'clock 



i were 

ing of 

elected 

Vice- 

n, Secre- 

"Yeasurer. 

;eant- at- 

d roemb- 

ear. Some 

nor, John 

bby Mul- 

Richardson, 

arlow; Mor- 

Billy Phinizy 



'The training is progressing very 
satisfactorily," This was the com- 
ment recently made by Major H. 
P. Mills, Professor of Military Sci- 
ence and Tactics for the R.OT.C. 
Unit 

The Major »ays the purpose of 
this training is to develop qualities 
of leadership and physical well be- 
ing which, in turn, develops team 
work, and citizenship among stu- 
dents. 

It was thought to be a very wis* 
policy this year to -change from on* 
period of theoretical instruction per 
week per student, to two periods 
per week, as is now being done. 

This work is supplemented by the 
use of modern text books, which 
contain the latest date from all the 
training manuels the Army has is- 
mei.ibers, who went ! sued. 
pretty stiff initiation on; It was also decided this year that 
October 2. are Harry Merlins. J. G. ; sufficient instruction in the close 
Moore. Bill Kennedy. Bob Tuton, : and ex tended -order drill could be 
Tom Hagler. Reginald Maxwell. Billy: taught in four periods a week in- 
Hagler, Miller Meyers. Harry stead of the five of last year. 
Blemker. Nick Zervos. Tony Allen. The selection of officers is now in 
Edgar Richardson, and Bud Carter, progress. There will be approxi- 
Mr. Beacham was Faculty Advis- mately forty of the student military 
or last year. i leaders this year. 



Beta Ch* 
Mem! 




"Rainbow" Staff 
Gets Go- Ahead 
\t Special Meet 



"".ditors-in-Chief Are 
on Sprecken, and 
tarn Richardson 



th 
CI. 
Phi 
les. 
treas 
Otl 
Senio: 
el, Fra*. 
William EuC 
man. W. L. Herndon, J. T. Jt 
Billy Richardson. L. M. Wheatley, 
North Williamson, Adrian Cohen, 
Willis Miller, Gordan Wallers, Billy 
Shipman. and Carter Engler: 
Juniors: W. E. Farlow. W. H. Flem- 
ing. Melbin Harelik, E. L Heard, 
John King. H. P. Jolles, George 
iincwdl, J- J. Nixon, W. W. P 
J. J. Sawikm 

: Seifiert. H. S. Shapii - * 
Robert Sills. 



Chi' 




. i Editorial Staffs 

BOW have been 

the direction of 

■ editorial super- 

1. O. Derrick. Faculty 

> aga h the 

ft 

animation meeting was 
rriday. October 12. A stu- 
comroittee met with the Fac- 
sors beforehand to nomi- 
nate students for the various posi- 
tions, and the entire staff was sel- 
ected on Friday at g ...ition 
meeting. 

Those students who showed the 
most interest, and ability, during the 
advertising campaign were awarded 
the more important positions on the 
55 Staff. Mary Von Spreck- 
en and Billy Richardson were elect- 
ed Editors- in -Chief. 
The complete Staff is listed below: 
EDITORIAL STAFr* 
Editors-in-Chief 
Sprecken. William Rich- 



the 
thei 
ruar 
Will 



Th, 
Bert Haru 
Perry Eva: ---T* Ship- 

raan. Meyer Lichenstein. Ollie 
Wheeler. Billy Dunnaway. Bobby 
Graham, Henry Holmes. John Corn- 
eilson 7 Connie Holmes, John P. 
Adams, and Richard McCann. 



t 


date Editors 


\ 


J Bush. Anna 


Hoover. 


\ 


.erary Editors 




(Classes) 




P. Sprouse, Adrian Co- 


4 


Activities 


James Kemp, L. Verd- 





Soldier: "Am I the first man you 
ever kissed?" 

WAC: "Yes. dear, the others were 
all 4Fs". 



amp. 
Athletics 
.t. B. Middleton. John 

Art (Literary) 
Wren. B. Folds, Nancy Wil- 
•fary Alice Cooper. Ann Far- 
Pictures 
Hodges. Wray Farlow. 
Owens. F. Rush. 
BUSINESS STAFF 
Business Manager (JCA) Mary 
Merrirt— (ARC) Hal! Peebles 
Ass't Bus. Manager (JCA) Jack 
Sherman— < ARC) Carter Hagler. 
Advertising Manager (JCA) Irvin 
Pund— (ARC) Willis Miller. 
I Ass't. Adv. Manager (JCA) Harold 
jHodgens — (ARC) Joe Thomas, 
t Circulation Manager (JCA) Shel- 
don Cohen— (ARC) W. L. Hemdon. 
Ass't. Circulation Mgr. (JCA) Mar- 
tha Rheney— (ARC) Bebe Wheeler 



7!4e Mud,heteesi Stall 



lilHTIllini. STIFF 

FRANK SPROUSE Literary Editoi 

BARRY BLEMKER 

SHELDON COHEN Sports Editor 

SONIA GOLDBERGER Exchanges 

MEL YIN HARELIK Jokes 

BUSINESS STAFF 

\V. W. PHINIZY Business Mgr. 

]. A. NEWMAN Asst. Bus. Mgr. 

R. C. GRAHAM Advertising Mgr. 

W. L. HERNDON Asst. Ad. Mgr. 

B. B. WHITAKER 
FRANK YOUNG 
E. W. FARLOW 

A. B. MERRY Cir. Mar. 

C. S. MUNS Asst. Cir. Mgr. 

A. H. HODGENS 

IVAN PARKER 
JIMMY DICK 
R. L. SYMMS 




Left to Right: 

GOLDBERGER, WREN, COHEN, WILLIAMS 



The Musketeer, the student publication of A. R. C. — J. C. A., was again under 
the able leadership of Mr. George M. Scott. Frank Sprouse was Literary Editor. 
The Musketeer was published eight times during the year and each issue was 
eagerly anticipated by the student body as it contained gossip, news, sports, and 
write-ups of the active clubs of the school. 




Pie. *1eck Glid). 



JULIAN BUGG President 

BIRNET JOHNSON Vice-President 

BOBBY USRY Secretary 

F. M. FAULK Treasurer 




ALTON CULPEPPER 
BOBBY USRY 
BIRNET JOHNSON 
GEORGE PERKINS 
JERRY MURPHY 
BOB CARD 
BAILEY MUNDAY 
FLETCHER RUSH 
CHARLES LIVINGSTON 



julian bugg 
dave Mcdowell 
jack kennedy 
robert spears 
george cashin 

E. L. PERRY 
LARRY ADKINS 

F. M. FAULK 
THOMAS A. JACKSON 



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The Pre Tech Club is an organization of boys in Junior College 
who arc taking pre-technical courses. After a lapse of five years, 
this club was reorganized under the leadership of Mr. Markert. The 
boys in this club spent thirty-five hours in school a week, the extra 
time spent in drawing or lab. 





BUGG 

JOHNSON 

USRY 

FAULK 







^beutdcU&i 1/eteUt 







OFFICERS 

JAMES KEMP President 

BLANCHE CONSELYEA .... Vice-President 

JACK SHERMAN Secretary 

LOUISE MORGAN Treasurer 



"To assist members in their study of the German 
language; to better acquaint members with German art, 
music, and literature; and to promote leadership and 
fellowship among the student at J. C. A." 

The is the purpose contained in the constitution 
adopted at the Deutscher Verein at the beginning of 
the school year. Many programs, with this purpose in 
mind, have been carried out under the supervision of 
Mr. H. M. Felder, faculty advisor for the club. 





GEORGE CASHIN, BLANCHE CONSELYEA, W. T. HERRINGTON, HAROLD HODGENS, JULIUS 
JOHNSON, W. D. JONES, JAMES KEMP, KENDRICK MONK, LOUISE MORGAN, IRVIN LEVY, 
EDWARD PIPPIN, MAUDE ELLA PURKALL, JACK SHERMAN, FRANK SPROUSE, BETTY THOMP- 
SON, JEAN WILLIAMS. 




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Some of the activities of the Future Farmers are: 

Spent one week at state F.F.A. camp, entered the Ex- 
change Fair, won about S200 in prizes, had five steers 
in Fat Cattle Show, held first F.F.A. purebred Livestock 
Show on Campus with twenty-two F.F.A. chapters from 
Georgia and South Carolina schools, sponsored Better 
Farm and Home Contest with Augusta Lion- Club, 
bought two scats in Auditorium at state Convention 
Hall, collected and canned 1500 cans of food for relief, 
help in clothing drive. Twenty boys had poultry, twelve 
swine with 55 purebred pigs raised, seven had dairy 
cattle, nine had beet steers. Their total labor income 
from all project- was $6,764.04. 

The Community Cannerv at Farmers Market, under 
the supervision of Mr. E. M. Home served 1253 f ami- 
lie-, canning 98.560 pints of food. 





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HAROLD DYE, Pies. 
LEONARD HEARD, 

Vice Pres. 
ROBERT J. HORNE, 

Reporter 
RICHARD YOUNG- 
BLOOD, Treas. 
HERBERT CADLE, 

Sec't. 
E. M. HORNE, Adviser. 
DERWENT LANGLEY, 

Sentinel 
WILLIAM ADAMS 
IRVIN CHENEY 
ERVIN CLACK 
INIARD GIBBS 
WILLIS GODOWNS 
SHURLEY HAMMACK 
MONROE JOHNSON 
ELMO HATCHER 
ERNEST NELSON 
JACK NEWTON 
CARL RICKERSON 




MEMBERS 

CHARLES SULLIVAN 
JACK CAWLY 
ANDREW GRIMAUD 
WILLIAM DYE 
DONALD McKINNEY 
JAMES MITCHELL 
WILLIAM NELSON 
WILLIAM NEWMAN 
JERRY OHARA 
ZACHARY PATRICK 
JIMMIE PYLE 
ARTHUR RHODES 
JEROME WELLS 
CURTIS WHALEY 
NORMAN SIGLOW 
THOMAS RENNISON 
EVERETT HARBESON 
DAVID McKINNEY 
JOHN WELCH 
W. H. COFER 
FURMAN GLAZE 
L. S. McELHENNY 
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BETTY GILLILAND 
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JOHN FLEMING 
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CLARENCE SAVAGE 
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The Student Council, because it has not been rated among the higher organizations in the past, has now decided 
to make a new one. The new one will consist of the honor boys of the Academy, the Gold "R" boys, the original 
Student Council which consists of the class president an d two representatives from each class, and the honor girls 
coming up from Tubman, also the honor girls already in Junior College. The new plans for the reconstruction of 
the Student Council got under way March 28th. A meeting to elect new officers was held April 29th. The officers 
of the original Student Council are: Charlie Penn, President: Betty Gilliland, Vice-President: John Fleming, Secre- 
tary; Clarence Savage, Treasurer. Others members are Bill Harris, Leonard Verdery, George Harth, Irvin Pund, 
John Childress. Kitchens, H., Maxwell, G.. Phinizy, B., Allen, T., Methvin, P., Raines, B., Kelly R., Henry, H., 
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5. Joe Thomas Ugliest 

6. Joyce Hale Best Informed 

7. Anne Mitchell Most Curious 

8. Jack Sherman Most Sloppily Dressed 

9. George Wright Smallest A.R.C. Freshman 

10. Grover Maxwell Hubba Hubba Boy 

11. Kendrick Monk Most Conceited 

12. Hall Peebles Most Studious 

13. Pete Drane Best Dressed 

14. Carter Hagler Shyest 

15. Billy Richardson Biggest Bull-Shooter 

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REFLECTION 

As I try to see the future 

Through a haze of midnight tears, 
I think of all the emptiness 

I'll feel for many years. 

I've wondered and Fin hoping 

That in future years you'll know- 
Success in all you undertake. 
No matter where you go. 

I close my eyes and see your face 

As clear as it can be. 
'"Perhaps." I say, "it's God's own way 

To keep you near to me." 

— J. W. Rkin, . j, 



MOONLIGHT 

O heart, thou art beholden 

To moonlight. 
Gleaming, gilded and golden 
Where wildly waters rush, 
Where woeful willows brush 
The silver strirring streams. 
O heart, dearer are dreams 

In moonlight. 
Stars may shimmer and shine, 
But the moon, the moon is thine, 
O heart, in the Southern night — 

The moonlight! 

— Margie ]Vren. 



SNOW 

As I look from my window I see — snow 

Falling in gallant whiteness. 

It covers the ground, the trees, 

And seems to hide all from view. 

It dances, prances, swirls and whirls, 

And I gaily laugh to see the tiny flakes coming toward me. 

The black naked trees are trimmed with it — 
Each tiny bush and shrub holds up the snow with its leaves 
To show the world its loveliness. 
Its swirling, dancing motion- 
Would set a marble heart afire 

Its falling — falling — dancing — laughing — with me. 
And children come from everywhere 
Laughing and jingling bells — all is gay. 



And then the night — 

It drifts — slowly, dreamily down to earth 

Falls on the roof tops 

And is silent. 

It tenderly covers the trees and grass — 

And gives all a Holy atmosphere. 

Its pure beauty holding all so close— - 

Ah! Spring was never like this. 



— Anna Olive. 





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TO MY BROTHER ON VICTORY DAY 

The bullets cease, Church Bells ring. 

The people shout, and choirs sing. 
But there is sadness in my heart 

From all this happiness apart 
Because you died before Victory came. 

Then as I softly speak your name, 
I hear your easy familiar voice 

Bring a message which makes me rejoice: 

"I am not dead and lying still, 

Nor does some cold grave my body fill. 
For out there on battle's hell 

Some flying enemy shell 
Brought death to me, but now I live 

For you, Honey Chile, my life I give. 

"There was One long ago, much greater than we, 

Who gave His life for you and me. 
My life I give, and glory in giving, 

That you may have more abundant living. 

"As for Victory, I saw it all. 

Today I saw Unrighteousness fall, 
And Goodness rise and show its light. 

For nothing can triumph over Right. 
I saw my Church and school today; 

I saw you when you knelt to pray. 

"Yes, I saw Victory and Victory's gain, 

And I'm glad I have not died in vain, 
For I helped bring the day when men will be brothers, 

And all will unselfishly live for others. 

"Stop being sad for I'm sure you know 

When the time comes each one must go. 
I am forever close to the ones I hold dear, 

Just stretch out your hand, I'm always near. 

"The years may be many, the years may be few, 
That separate me, Honey Chile, from you, 

However long or short they may be, 
We'll be together in Eternity." 

^-Nancy L. Williams 



MYSTERY 

How strange that unseen bonds 
Should stronger be, firmer hold 
Than all the divers chains 
That man does make from metals cold. 



How strange that mystical love 
Should bind two hearts quite fast 
When love is not seen nor heard 
And no other link would last. 



Margie Wren. 



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THE INNOCENTS 

Kittens 

Steal beneath sofas to see the dragon 

But are sometimes disappointed. 

— Charles Benson. 



THE TRAGEDIAN 

The wail of the inebriate 
Rings loud against the curbstone. 
And gently is echoed back 
Into the Sutter. 



— Charles Benson. 



REMINISCENT 

While I sit in the solitude of a quiet summer's day. 

Letting my mind wander far, far away. 
I find myself thinking of times that we've had, 

Praising the good, cursing the bad. 
We used to have fun, just you and I. 

Until someone else came into your life. 
I can't tell you why. but I love you still. 

I know you can love me! I hope that you will. 

— Frelon U'm. Mitchell 



CONFESSION 

I've always loved you from the start. 
I think I always will, Sweetheart. 

I often wonder why I do: 

But the only reason I find is you. 
You seem to hold me in a spell. 
Why this is I cannot tell. 

Your lips, your hair, your nose, your eyes. 

Are all like gifts from paradise. 

^Frelon Wm. Mitchell. 



On bright, sunny mornings. I like to watch the activities at the bird bath below my window. A little, soft, brown 
sparrow hops gently up to the water and looks cautiously around. He takes a sip of water, lifts his head, and swallows. 
A sudden, loud screech from a blue jay drives the tiny sparrow away. The jay swoops down to the ground in a flurry 
of blue and white. He jumps into the water. My, how he can splash! After he finishes his bath, he eives himself a 
shake and flies away to an oak tree, where he primps and plucks himself in the sun. The bird bath is now only 
half as full as it was. Other birds, such as cardinals, brown thrushes, and house wrens, flock to the bath during 
the course of the morning, but, always, no matter what kind of bird is there, the blue jay takes over. The blue jay 
is king. 

Watching birds is like watching a miniature world and observing the habits of small, brightly-clothed people. 

— Marcella Ann Mitchell 



I'LL THINK OF YOU 



I'll think of you at morning 

When night draws to a close, 

And the slanting rays of breaking dawn 

Are shimmering on the rose; 

And I'll think of you at evening 
When twilight shadows fall 
For to me you are my everything — 
My hope, my joy, my all! 

And when the war's grim terrors cease — 
And the flag of peace hangs high, 
Then we'll be together again — 
Love, and you, and I. 

— Lillian Weathersbee. 



WINTER WIND 



Dale stood like a statue in the falling snow. Her burning 
eyes looked upon the tall building with an expression of 
despondency. Soft strains of music sounded dimly from the 
Concert Hall. A sudden gleam lighted her face, erasing the 
sorrow and despair. As if irresistably drawn. Dale moved 
toward the sound of the music. The massive door swung 
wide: she entered. She stood at the back of the dimly 
lighted auditorium, a slim figure, half-covered with snow. 

When Paul Lavardens looked up from the piano, he saw 
her standing there. 

"What are you doing in here?" he shouted. "Get out!" 

Dale moved quickly toward the stage. 

"Please, please Monsieur Lavardens! Just one word." 
Lavardens' deep-set eyes regarded the girl quizically. How 
small, how helpless she seemed. 

"What dou you want?" he muttered. 
"I want — well, I want you to play something," she blurted. 
"Oh, something very special to me!" 

"What is it, child?" asked Lavardens more gently. He 
saw with ready perception the sad lines etched on the girl's 
face. He too had known great sorrow; even now he felt his 
power as a musician slipping away, in spite of all he could 
do to hold it. 

"It is the Black Key Etude by Chopin," she said softly. 

As Dale came up on the stage, the great musician began 
to play; but something was lacking. Perhaps an amateur 
might play Chopin thus, but not the great Lavardens. 
Where was his usual feeling and understanding? Where was 
his superb technique? Abruptly he banged upon the keys 
and sat motionless. Something of a sob convulsed his stooped 
shoulders. 

I cannot. I cannot." It was uttered in a toneless voice as 
though the life had gone out of him. 

"Yes, you you can," Dale spoke compassionately. "Let me 



tell you about my sister, Diana." An inspired look came into 
her eyes; she seemed to be glowing from within. "Diana was 
a musician. Music was her soul and her soul was music. 
When she played, her spirit seemed to go out of her and 
enter the music. Then an almost unearthly beauty would 
shine in her face. Her favorite composer was Chopin; she 
especially liked his Black Key Etude but preferred to call it 
by its other name, the Winter Wind Etude. When she would 
play this on a winter evening, the snow and icy wind seemed 
to fill the room. Only she was alive, and burning, burning 
like a flame in the snow. Never very strong, she easily suc- 
cumbed to an illness which left her an invalid. She no 
longer had the proper use of her hands; she could not play. 
What more is there to say? She lived only for music, and 
when that was taken from her, she died. Now we are apart. 
I feel that I could find Diana again if only you would play 
for me as Diana once played. Would you try. Monsieur 
Lavardens?" 

Deeply moved by Dale's eloquent plea, Lavardens began 
to play. If Paul Lavardens had been a great musician before, 
he was greater now. Never had he played so magnificently. 
The Winter Wind came gustily blowing through the great 
hall. 

"I can plav! I have my power, my feeling back! Thank — 
As he turned to thank Dale, he saw that no one was there. 
Only melting snow where she had stood. Forth from the hall 
he rushed. No one was on the street. The snow fell swiftly; 
the wind whistled around the corner of the building. At last 
realizing that Dale had disappeared, Lavardens returned to 
the Concert Hall. 

Thereafter Lavardens reached new heights in success. 
Whenever he played the Winter Wind Etude, he remembered 
a slight girl with burning eyes, who told of her sister Diana, 
Diana who was like a flame in the snow. Then he would won- 
der if the girl were a vision, a dream, or a heaven sent 
inspirer; and sometimes he dreamed of meeting the two 
sisters in some musical Paradise where he would hear Diana 
play celestial strains. 

— Margie Wren. 











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THE MONKEY'S VIEWPOINT 

Three Monkeys sat in a coconut 

tree 
Discussing things that are said to be; 
Said one to the other, "Now, listen, 

you two ; 
There are certain rumors that can't 

be true — 
That man descended from our noble 

race. 
The very idea. It's a dire disgrace! 
No monkey ever deserted his wife, 
Starved her baby, and ruined her 

life. 
And you've never known of a mother 

monk 
To leave her babies with others to 

bunk 
Til they scrace know who is their 

mother. 
And another thing you'll never see, 
A monk build a fence around a 

coconut tree 
And let the coconuts go to waste, 
Forbidding all other monks a taste. 
Why, if I put a fence around this 

tree, 
Starvation would force you to steal 

from me. 
Here's another thing a monk won't 

do— 
Go out at night and get on a stew, 
Or use a gun or club, or knife, 
Or take some other monkey's life. 

Yes, man descended, the "ornery" 

cuss; 
But, brother, he didn't descsend from 

us!" 

— Anonymous Monkey. 



TEACHER 

There he stands with chalk in hand, 

He's nearly six feet tall, 

And his mathematic genius 

Is sure to thrill them all. 

He'll work with any fraction, 

He'll factor any term, 

And folks agree 'tis sure he has 

The "Mathematic Germ." 

He's the Einstein of old A.R.C., 

A star that's sure to gleam. 

Of course by now you should have guessed 

Mr. Langford's who I mean. 

— John Bowdidgc. 




TO A BUG IN FORMALDEHYDE 

What didst thou do, O beetle? 
What were thy thoughts, O bug, 
When the hunter cruelly seized thee 
From thy home so safe and snug? 
Swift then thou wert resigned 
To a jar of formaldehyde 
To await a curious student 
To cut thee open wide. 
A student now regards thee 
With contemplation smug. 
What were thy thoughts, O beetle? 
What didst thou do, O bug? 






— M. W. 



THOUGHTS ON A COLD DAY 

How I wish my longies 
Went below my knees. 

Out here on the drill field 
I'm about to freeze. 



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DR. PAUL N. MOORE 



DR. VAUGHN L MAXWELL 



DR. CHAS. T. HALL 



DR. PETER S. MILES 



DR. R. L HENRY, JR. 



DR. S. W. FENNELL 



DR. R. E. ANDERSON 



DR. W. EDWARD CLARK 



A DR. FRIEND 




ELLIOTT SONS 



Compliments of 



Empire Furniture Co. 

"Complete Household Furnishings" 
1201-03 Broad Street Dial 2-5435 



Compliments of 

Parr's Clothiers 

"By 'Farr' Hie Best" 

STUDENT CLOTHES and UNIFORMS 
ARE OUR SPECIALTY 

Dial 2-7002 833 Broad St. 



EUBANKS BROTHERS 

( Incorporated ) 

FURNITURE 

1005-1007 Broad Street Dial 2-8878 

AUGUSTA, GA. 

"If its for the home we have it" 




Compliments 



S. Donald Fortson Company 



MILL SUPPLIES 

901 Reynolds Street 

AUGUSTA, GA. 



"The South's Oldest Nursery" 



Fruit land Nurseries 



"Everything That's Beautiful" 



FURNITURE EXCHANGE 

New and Old Furniture 
Every Customer a Friend 

1238 Broad Street Dial 2-8244 

Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 

A. J. FOGEL 
BOWDRE P. MAYS 

The Furniture Market 

1019 BROAD ST. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 


Board of Commissioners Roads and Revenue 


F. H. HOOPER, Chairman 


F. R. MILES 


R. P. MAYO 


C. H. PITTS 


C. H. SANDERS 


E. C. MERTINS, Treasurer 


C. Y. KREPS, Clerk 






SNOW'S 



LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING 

AUGUSTA. GA. 



Best Wishes for the Success of Each and 
Every Member of the Class of '46. 



Walker-Durant Motor Co. 

"Your Ford Dealer" 

FORD CARS — TRUCKS — TRACTORS 
Sales and Service 



Broad at 14th Street 



Phone 2-5371 



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PHILLIPS & WILLSON 
FURNITURE COMPANY 

1162 Broad St. — Dial 2-4913 
AUGUSTA, GA. 



Compliments of 

Phoenix Oil Co. 

Fuel Oil 

Wm. Penn Motor Oil, Greases 

Sanitary Supplies 

700 TWIGGS DIAL 2-5321 



Developing 

Printing 

Enlarging 

Photostats 

PHOTO SHOP 

129 Seventh St. 



Compliments of 

PLATT'S 
FUNERAL HOME 




Compliments of 

POPE & FLEMING, INC. 

Cotton Factors 
Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 



C. T. PUND & CO., INC. 

GROCERIES AND 
PAPER PRODUCTS 



Compliments of 



Reliable Finance Co. 



2 Johnson Bldg. 



Compliments of 

Reliable Transfer 
Company, Inc. 

General Offices 
Augusta, Georgia 



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FACE BRICK 



COMMON BRICK 



STRUCTURAL TILE 



MERRY BROS. BRICK & TILE CO. 

Augusta, Georgia 



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Wm. Schweigert & Co. 

846 Broad Street 
Augusta, Georgia 

Jewelry — Gifts — Novelties 



SIG COX 

REFRIGERATORS 

AIR CONDITIONING 

AUTOMATIC HEATING 

— SaEes and Service — 



Sherman-Hemstreet Realty 
Company 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Compliments 
of 



Silver's Music Dept. 

904 Broad Street 
PHONE 2-9544 




Compliments of the 

Ship Ahoy Restaurant 

The Leading Restaurant of the South 



Compliments of 

Southern Finance 
Corporation 

REALTORS 

REAL ESTATE, RENTS 
and INSURANCE 



H. SHMERLING 

JEWELER 

DIAMONDS — WATCHES 

Cash or Ci-edit 

910 Broad Street Dial 2-5551 

Augusta, Georgia 



Sherwin-Williams 



1048 BROAD STREET 



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Compliments 
of 

Davison's Auto Service 



123 7th Street 



Augusta. Georgia 



DIAL 2-5588 



DIXIE CAB SERVICE 



'Positively White Only" 



553 Ellis Street 



Augusta, Georgia 



DORIS 

JEWELERS 
AUGUSTA, GA. - 



Compliments 
of 

Daniels' Shoe Repair 



909 BROAD STREET 



DRINK 



Royal Crown 



Reg. U.S. Pat. Off. 



COLA 



Best By Taste Test 



STARK EMPIRE LAUNDRY 




Cash and Carry Service 
Delivery Service Phone 3-361 I 



Hartmann Luggage Mendel Luggage 

STAR LUGGAGE SHOP 



Fine Leather Goods and Gifts 



810 Broad St. 



Augusta, Ga. 



Dodge Plymouth 

Sales and Service 

STARR SMITH 
MOTOR CO. 

Dial 2-776 1 
523 Broad Street AUGUSTA, GA. 



Bicycles - Motorcycles 
Pennzoil 

R. L. Sumerau & Son 



1248 Broad St. 



Dial 2-5301 



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Compliments of 



TOWN TAVERN 



647 Broad St. 



Where Quality, Accuracy and Fair Policy 
Prevail 

Twiggs Prescription Opticians 
to Eye Physicians 

424-23 S. F. C. Building 
AUGUSTA, GA. 



Compliments of 



VALLEY COACHES 

Augusta, Ga. 



Furniture for Less 



Sturkie Furniture Co. 

Augusta, Ga. 






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Compliments of the 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY 



Hon. W. D. Page, Mayor 
John B. Kennedy, Commissioner 



Compliments of 

AUGUSTA GARAGE 

Exclusive Distributors Famous 
U. S. TIRES 



740 Reynolds Street 



Phone 2-6885 



MERCURY INSURANCE 
COMPANY 

JOHN L ARMSTRONG 
INSURANCE SERVICE 



I 12 Eighth Street 



Phone 2-7436 



Compliments of 

AUGUSTA DAIRIES 

Grade A Pasteurized Milk 
Taste-Rite Ice Cream 



JOHN W. BROOME 

EDUCATIONAL INSURANCE 

No. 6 Johnson Building 
Phone 2-1878 Augusta, Georgia 



"Claussen's Quality" 



. . a STANDARD by which ANY 
fine bakery goods may be judged! 



ClauSSeriS 

Bread 





Always Fresh 
At Your Grocer's 



VORED OVER A <====== *ft*fak&C. YEARS 





Smoak's Bakery 



Homemade Bread, Cakes and Pies 



Dial 3-5931 



2108 Central Ave. 



Compliments of 

The Richmond Hotel 
BEAUTY SHOP 

Lobby of Richmond Hotel 




Compliments 
of 



HARDWARE Cof/t/MJM 

WHOLESALE - «tyU / 

HI8-50 BROAD ST. 

4.UGUSTA.GA. 



Win-Do-Luxe 
VENETIAN BLINDS 

RICHMOND VENETIAN 
BLIND CO. 

DIAL 3-8286 

Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments 
of 

RIVERSIDE MILL 



Compliments 

RUBENS' DEPT. STORE 

Augusta's Only Home Owned 
Dept. Store 

Phone 2-6671 



Phone 2-8564 

DR. R. W. ROPER 

OPTOMETRIST 

Ground Floor Marion Bldg. 
Augusta, Ga. 



FRIED CHICKEN 

SANFORDS 
CHICKEN 

COOP 



Rhodes Farmtare Co. 



COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS 



Portraits by Breault 

Again we have enjoyed photographing you of the Academy and 
Junior College for The Rainbow. Now that you are about to take 
future steps as citizens of our city, we hope to keep in close contact 
with you and your family in years to come. 

Thank you, 

Breault 

748 Broad Street 




Best Wishes 



0% Augusta (Etjrnmrlp 

THE SOUTHS OLDEST NEWSPAPER 

Established in 1785 



W. E. MURPHY 

Trading as Augusta Curb Market 
and United Food Store 



U/addey Ujficc Ouaoty Cv. 

745 Ellis Street 
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



AUGUSTA CLEARING HOUSE ASSOCIATION 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



MEMBER BANKS 

GEORGIA RAILROAD BANK & TRUST CO. 

CITIZENS <& SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK 

THE NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK OF AUGUSTA 

UPTOWN BRANCH OF GEORGIA RAILROAD BANK 
6, TRUST CO. 



Members oi F. D. I. C. and Federal Reserve System 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



AUGUSTA HERALD 



An Independent Newspaper 



Augusta Owned — Augusta Edited 




Hill & Mulligan Produce Co. 



Wholesale 



FRUITS, PRODUCE, AND GROCERIES 



WILLIAM J. 
HEFFERNAN, JR. 

REAL ESTATE — LOANS 
INSURANCE 



126 EIGHTH ST. 



DIAL 2-2931 




Compliments of 

HILL'S JEWEL BOX 

"Famous For Diamonds" 
952 BROAD ST. PHONE 2-4744 



P9N36 



Always Ask For 



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Famous Southern Foods 

Famous Georgia Hash 

Brunswick Stew 

• 

and Many Other 
Delicious Foods 





Compliments 




of 


Simkins Seed Company 




987 Broad Street 




DIAL 2-8157 



Bentley Bros. Furniture 



Complete Home Furnishings 



Broad at 1 1 f h St. 



Phone 2-5309 




Lockhart, McAullffe and 
Company 



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The Jones Furniture Co. 



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W. C. Ivey Coal Company 



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KM6S VAY PHARMACY, 


INC. 


2113 KINGS WAY 





Jernigan Hardware Co. 



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J. B. 


Where Quality Costs Less 


CONGRATULATES 

THE GRADUATES OF '46 

and invites you to consider a position with this big friendly 
Department store. Merchandising as a career offers many op- 
portunities, and if interested we will be glad to see you. 

WATCH WHITE'S FOR GREATER THINGS TO COME! 



Compliments of 

INTERSTATE 
COFFEE CO. 



Compliments 



of 



Hotel Richmond 



Compliments of 

HOMEFOLKS 
CIGAR STORE 

Cigars Magazines 

Sodas 



THE HOBBY SHOP 

Model Builders' Headquarters 

Model Airplanes — Supplies 

Gas Motors — Boat Model Kits 

Race Cars — Railroad Models 

Handicraft 
PHONE 2-3094 



BEST WISHES 
OF 



SOUTHERN COMMISSION CO. 



Southern Laboratories Co. 

Soap and Chemical 
Manufacturers 



P. O. Box 712 



Augusta, Georgia 



STANDARD BAG COMPANY 

Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments 
of 

STANDARD PAPER CO. 




Compliments 
of 

S. AND J. SIMOWITZ 



"SINCLAIR" 

For every machine of every degree of 
wear there is a scientific Sinclair oil to 
suit its speed and seal its power. 

R. A. BENSON, Agent 



Compliments of 

Skinner Auto Supply 
Company 



476-78 Broad Street Augusta, Ga. 

Cyrul Plumbing Supply 

Dealers in 

New and Used Plumbing Fixtures, Gas 

Ranges and Electrical Appliances 
Victot Chasney Phone 2-4850 



Cute and Pretty — Short and tall, 
They all stay tuned to this call — 



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The Blue Network 

Augusta's Home Owned Station 



Compliments 

GENERAL TIRE & 
SUPPLY CO. 



1165 BROAD STREET 
Augusta, Georgia 

Texaco Products 

General Tires 
Prest-O-Lite Batteries 



Compliments of 

A Friend 



Georgia 
Iron Works 

Manufacturers of 

Phosphate Mining Machinery, 

Sand and Dredging Pumps 

Hydraulic Equipment 

AUGUSTA, GA. 

Established 1891 



GEORGIA HATTERS 
SHOE REPAIRING 

219 8th Street Dial 2-4094 

B. A. Gavalas, Prop. 



PRESCRIPTIONS and DRUGS 



Watson's Drug Store 



Corner Walton Way and 15th 



Westover Memorial Park 

Augusta's Garden of Memories 



Congratulations! Class of '46! 

Wilensky's Bargain House 

Dry Goods — Clothing — Shoes 
Outfitters for the Entire Family 

1047 Broad Street 

Phone 2-9986 



Compliments of 



Williamson Motor Co. 




Willingham Automobile 
Finance Corp. 

"A Home Company for Home Folks" 
139-8th Street Augusta, Ga. 



Best Wishes 



FRED YARBROUGH CO. 



FOOD BROKERS 



BATES FURNITURE CO. 



1043 Broad Street 



Phone 2-4853 



Harrison Transfer & 
Storage Co. 

LOCAL and LONG DISTANCE 

HAULING 

825 Calhoun St. Phone 2-2396 



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"Manuiacturers of Modern Printing' 



J 



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Oj'a/ 2-6416 — 747 E7/j's Street — .Augusta, Georgia 



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Meyer's Prescription Shop 

Carl G. Meyer, Prop. 
WHERE PHARMACY IS A PROFESSION 

Phone 2-3655 

Ground Floor— S. F. C. Building 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Compliments of 



McLELLANS STORES CO. 



Friendly Service 



Compliments of 

JOHN J. MILLER 
COMPANY 



Compliments of 

McLellan's Music Dept. 

858 Broad Street 
2-14G7 




Compliments of 



MOOG SIGN SYSTEM 



Signs of All Kinds 



E. J. McMAHON & CO. 

Plumbing & Heating Contractors 

INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRS 

Call Us for Estimates ... No Obligation 

855 Walker Street Phone 2-9912 

Augusta, Georgia 



Calox Tooth Powder — Yodora Cream 

McKesson & Robbins, Inc. 

Murray Division 



Augusta 



Georgia 



McDonald's 

"The Hill" 

GROCERIES AND MEATS 

1401 MONTE SANO 
Dial 3-4481 



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CLASS OF 1946 

We Offer You Our Heartiest Congratulations 

Your life has just begun. Many of you will seek higher educational 
advantages, while others of you will begin your life work immediately. 
Yet, no matter where you are, or what type of work you are engaged in, 
all of you are sure to have a home some day. Therefore, whether home 
to you will mean an apartment for two, or simply "a room with a view," 
we urge you to start the practice early in life, shopping and saving on all 
personal and home needs at Sears, Roebuck & Co., "Your family Store 
in Augusta." 



BROAD STREET 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 




GREEN'S 


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♦ 

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RED LION GRILL 


Home of the "Thing' 


♦ 

♦ 






♦ 
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Augusta's Finest 


South's Finest 


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Dinner Restaurant 


Drive In Rest 


♦ 

♦ 
♦ 




Green at East Boundary 


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1934 Walton Way 




♦ 
♦ 

HUGH and ARTHUR GREENE 



GREAR'S, INC. 

FURNITURE 
1204-06 BROAD STREET 



Compliments 
of 



GRAHAM CAB SERVICE 



PHONE 2-8838 



FRANK 


GOLDBERG 
724 BROAD ST. 


CO. 


Augusta's 


Oldest Home O 


v/ned 


Lad 


es Apparel Shop 




"Where Smart 


People Meet Smart 


Fashions" 


Exclusive Agents for Exclusive 


Agents for 


Carlye Dresses 


Doris Do 


dson Dresses 





HARPER BROTHERS 

PICTURE FRAMES 
Art Material and Pictures 



426 Eighth Street 



Dial 2-6907 




W. T. GRANT CO. 

Junior Department Store 
Known for Values 

T. L Kilduff, Mgr. 



Compliments 
of 



GREENS GARAGE 



125 Fifth Street ■ 
Phone 2-6455 



Flowers 

HARBIN'S FLORIST 

Corner of A.R.C. Ave. and 
Jr. College Blvd. 

Phone 3-4406 - 3-4407 



Compliments of 

HARLEY'S GROCERY 

2120 CENTRAL AVENUE 
Dial 3-4419 



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FOR THE DISCRIMINATING BUYER 
Highest Quality 








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POULTRY FEED — LIVESTOCK AND HOG RATIONS 
FEEDRIGHT MILLING COMPANY 

Lock Drawer 740 AUGUSTA, GA. 

"YOUR FRIENDS FOREVER" 



PHONOGRAPH RECORDS 

"AUGUSTA'S LARGEST RECORD SHOP" 

For the Finest in Recorded Entertainment 
Always Visit Our Store First 

SYMPHONIES :: OPERA :: HOT JAZZ 
Radios — Norge Home Appliances 

Augusta Radio Company 

855 Broad 



Summer School 



Richmond Academy & 

Junior College 
of Augusta 



Courses in All Departments 
June 3-July 26, 1946 



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Distribute - : 

AMERICAN COOLAiR EXHAUST FANS 

SODA FOUNT EQUIPMENT 
ELECTRIC HEATERS 

NORVELL FIXTURE & EQUIPMENT CO. 

Ai:g_'sta, Georgia 

Wr.se. Plaza Hotel Bldg. 

PHONE 2-3994 



CALL A TAXI 
Safe and Dependable 

Yeiiow Cab Dial 2-4808 

Safety Cab D'a\ 2-6868 

OVERTON-GREEN 

D-a\ 2-44! I 



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T. E. NORVELL CO. 

FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS 
842 Reynolds Street 



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The Motor Supply Co., 
Inc. 



Osbon Auto Supply Co. 

FISK TIRES — F!SK BATTERIES 
PARTS and ACCESSORIES 

1253-1255 Broad St. 
AUGUSTA, GA. 




Murphy Stationery Co. 

Social and Commercial 
STATIONERY 

718 Broad Street Dial 2-2122 

Augusta. Georgia 



Perkins Lumber Company 

LUMBER — BUILDING MATERIAL 

MILLWORK — DOORS — SASH 

619 Thirteenth St. Augusta, Ga. 







115-119 LUCKIE STREET 
ATLANTA 3, GEORGIA 



Compliments of 



LEWIS BARBER SHOP 



We Specialize in the Following: 

HEATING and AIR CONDITIONING 

Both Domestic and Commercial 

HOT POINT ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 

Your Dependable Service Man — During and After 

the War 

Marks Heating & Air 
Conditioning Co. 

Phone 2-3645 
702 TWIGG STREET AUGUSTA, GA. 



Compliments of 

League, Duvall & Powell 

William J. Kelly, Vice-President 

Real Estate and General Insurance 
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Lombard Brinson 

Exclusive Men's Mear 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 




MARGARET LOTZ 

Specialty Shop 
DIAL 2-5937 

827 Greene St. Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 

Manget Brothers Company 

COTTON 
Augusta, Georgia 



LOCAL FINANCE CO. 

SALARY BUYERS 

Lobby — Masonic Bldg. 

Dial 2-7161 



LIGGETT'S 



The Rexall Store 



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